Conservatives Have the History of Championing the Female Mind Originally Published on January 19, 2022 Following the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2020, the emotional impulsivity of liberal America was fervent across both mainstream and social media platforms. While logically-minded Americans have become accustomed to these knee-jerk reactions of panic and conjecture, the … Continue reading Memorializing Intelligence
It is time for a Declaration of Independents Originally Published on January 20, 2022 As our society tears itself apart by either propagation or casualty of polarized narratives, our saving grace can be found within the very documents that both the left and right contend the meanings of. The Declaration of Independence, as one example, contains … Continue reading Restoring the Republic
The Birth and Death of Ideas Originally Published on January 21, 2022 Absolutism is where intelligence dies. Intelligence is where absolutism dies. We make a conscious choice to accept which one we feel more gravity towards, an ideology of absolutism or one of intelligence. There are elements of either in both, but the totality of … Continue reading Toxic Absolutism
The Intersection of Two Worst-Case Scenarios Originally Published on January 22, 2022 We are on the eve of what I believe will be the most domestically-violent summer in our country’s history, that will be sparked by a “wag the dog” moment that rivals any in history, but shares some frightening and eerie parallels. The entire … Continue reading The Calamity Omen
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