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Emotions Run Amok

A wave of emotions are running through me today.   I write as an outlet for my rage.   My own insecurities prevent me from adequately articulating my emotions and feelings in society.  Therefore….  I write Let me preface this … Continue reading

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The Law of Proportionality

It is amazing to me that many Israel-bashing liberals are using the argument that Israel’s attacks on Gaza are woefully disproportionate to the damage inflicted by Hamas.   Really?   Really???  Since when is there supposed to be proportionality in … Continue reading

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American Exceptionalism hangs in the balance

Our illustrious Secretary of State, John Kerry said at an event in Vienna, this week, “I get always a little uptight when I hear politicians say how exceptional we are,” he reportedly intoned, “not because we’re not exceptional, but because … Continue reading

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Sports and the Great Cultural Chasm

So, we can nearly all agree that Richard Sherman is a narcissistic jerk right?   That is mostly a given.   So why anyone would be surprised at his reaction in post-game interviews is beyond me.   Sherman has shown … Continue reading

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The Great Divide

Social media is an amazing thing. More than any other form of communication it can display the amazing cultural disparities that exist in this country. As I sat reading the real-time reactions on Twitter, Facebook et al to the Zimmerman … Continue reading

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Mixed Emotions

As I watched the events in Boston last week, I felt pretty certain that we would catch the perpetrators, they would be radical muslims and that the Justice Department should label them enemy combatants, stick them in Gitmo, interrogate the … Continue reading

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