Monthly Archives: June 2012

Go Big or Go Home

Saw a funny cartoon on the web today. Since it captures pretty well how I feel about most of the “Big Government” yelling from Libertarians, I decided to re-post here and say a few words on the subject. For the … Continue reading

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Write-a-thon Update, Week One

“We’re not sayin’ that anything would HAPPEN to you or your lovely family if you fail to donate to Clarion West. We just think that you should…how d’ya say…find it in your HEART…to be generous. Charity is good for your health. Capice?” Continue reading

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Educate Versus Incarcerate

What about that very crucial Option #3: a job that requires no formal education, and still pays a decent wage? Continue reading

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Melissa Stetton and the Politics of Shame

This is a post that may require a quick background review. Once upon a time, there was a beautiful young woman named Melissa Stetten. Melissa is 22 years old, and in the top 10% of whatever human attraction index is … Continue reading

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Eternal October

I am re-posting the text of this review today, although I wrote it many years ago, because today Ray Bradbury is dead. It would probably take years to measure and to articulate all of the things that Bradbury’s work has … Continue reading

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