Football fans were greeted this morning with an autumn chill that crept in overnight. Perhaps it rode into town with our conference rivals from up north. It seems even Mother Nature knows that regardless of restructured COVID-19 schedules, it's just not Tennessee v. Kentucky without a little fall weather. No Tennessee coach has long survived … Continue reading The Kentucky Kiss of Death
Last night amid the typical venom and vitriol circulating on political twitter, a tweet from Congressman Thomas Massey stuck out among the angry clamor. Massey posted a photo of himself smiling ear to ear in front of the Capitol, with the hashtag “#HappyWarrior.” Especially interesting, the mantra now taken on by ultraconservative Massey was first … Continue reading Happy Warriors
The venerated Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed from this earth Friday evening, igniting what may be the most ferocious political battle of our time. Democrats and Republicans are staking out their positions and digging in, preparing for a pre-election onslaught that may overshadow November's contest both in terms of spectacle and significance. But what makes … Continue reading It’s abortion, stupid
Last week Disney released its live action reboot of 90s classic Mulan, a tale of one person standing against prejudice and the tyranny of a ruthless, murderous Asian empire to save her friends and family. Ironically, Disney chose to film this inspirational film in the Xinjiang province of China, where the Chinese Communist Party manages … Continue reading LeBron, Disney and the Uighur Muslisms.
On the occasion of the ratification of the Constitution of the United States, Benjamin Franklin was asked by an onlooker outside of Freedom Hall what sort of government America would have. "A republic, if you can keep it," answered Dr. Franklin. Ben Franklin knew that throughout history the liberty of a freed people has far … Continue reading A Republic, If You Can Keep It
This week during the NBA restart in Orlando, a relatively unknown player found himself thrust into the spotlight. Jonathan Isaac, a support player for the Orlando Magic, distinguished himself on the court in a very different way, and national press took notice. Isaac, a black man, was the only player or coach to stand for … Continue reading Make America Good Again
Our culture is under attack. With the constant distortion of our history by those who likely have never taken the time to read it, it is now more important than ever to tell the stories of our nation's founders. These men made us who we are, and their ideas endure today as the trusses that … Continue reading I Know Him
We sell you your insurance. We unclog your drains. We sit next to you at church. We keep quiet on the company zoom call. We are white. We are black. Our collars are blue, and our collars are white. We are the great silent majority, and we have had enough. In the immortal words of … Continue reading Why the Mask Mandate Offends so Many
This week in Seattle, Washington a group of armed domestic terrorists who proclaim to be operating under the auspices of ANTIFA and the Black Lives Matter movement seized control of a six block radius of the downtown area. After a prolonged conflict, the police ceded control of the area to the liberal activist group. The … Continue reading All enemies foreign and domestic.
We are roughly two months into Coronamania, and it seems already a new local legend has been born. We've all seen him at this point. He's your coworker, your neighbor, maybe he's even your cousin. He's the middle aged man driving in his car alone with a mask on. All joking aside, I've seen dozens … Continue reading The Religion of Retreat