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Book Review: The Lady or The Tiger? by Frank R. Stockton

Sometimes you can judge a book by it's cover.Read the rest of this entry »

September 13, 2014   No Comments

Multicultural Phobia

Political Correctness has some pretty nasty consequences if you are a girl in Rotherham England.Read the rest of this entry »

September 8, 2014   1 Comment

Book Review: His Majesty’s Dragon

A lighthearted meld of Patrick O'Brian and Christopher PaoliniRead the rest of this entry »

September 6, 2014   No Comments

A New Religion That’ll Bring Ya To Your Knees

It's ok to have opinions as long as you don't contradict the overlords of science!Read the rest of this entry »

September 6, 2014   5 Comments

The Cold Death of Society

The following is excerpted from a paper written by Dorothy L. Sayers about Dante's Divine Comedy. The paper was written 60 years ago, but her description of the decay of Western Civilization is so poignant that reading it is painful and depressing.Read the rest of this entry »

September 3, 2014   5 Comments

The Song of Marion’s Men by William Cullen Bryant

General Francis Marion, who became known as The Swamp Fox, is the character upon whom Mel Gibson's role in the movie The Patriot is loosely based.Read the rest of this entry »

September 2, 2014   No Comments

Ladies And Hats

One man's exasperation with ladies' fashion.Read the rest of this entry »

September 1, 2014   No Comments

Better Lathe Than Never …

This is the story of my lathe acquisition a few years ago. Other options for the title of this post were: "I'll Learn to Turn", "Lathes and Gentleman, I Have a New Toy", "Yearnings and Turnings", and "Burning to Get Turning". I was tempted (and succumbed) once again by that evil temptress, the tool section on Craig's List. I bought a Jet 1236 lathe.Read the rest of this entry »

August 31, 2014   No Comments

God and the IRS

Recently, the IRS entered into a secret agreement with a group calling itself the “Freedom from Religion Foundation.” This resulted from a federal lawsuit filed by the group, ostensibly to stop churches from advocating from the pulpit for or against …

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August 29, 2014   1 Comment

Common Core Update

The trouble with prevaricating is that it is necessary to remember what has been said. That can be difficult enough for one individual, but when the premier federal education agency does so and all associated entities must follow suit, someone is bound to make a mistake and tell the truth. Read the rest of this entry »

August 28, 2014   2 Comments