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A Quick Word About Third-Party Voting

In this most recent election, no third-party candidate was going to win. That much was plain. (The chance that Evan McMullin could’ve been handed the presidency by the House of Representatives in the case of an Electoral College tie was slim beyond words, and you could only possibly effect that outcome if you […]

What the Worst Things Teach Us

We all want to believe in karma — i.e., “What goes around comes around”.  Every religion that exists contains some expression of our desire that good be rewarded and evil be punished.  Eastern religions generally subscribe to reincarnation, while Western religions look forward to an eventual resurrection, but both paradigms are built […]

Wake-up Call

OCD is a pain.  I mean it’s a serious pain sometimes, and I’ve only got a light case in comparison with some people.  I’m not germ-conscious like Howie Mandel or…well, really, he’s the only celebrity I know with a bad case of it.  Think “Jack Nicholson in As Good As […]

Don’t Call It “Evolution”

I was reading this article from RealClear Politics about Marco Rubio’s depression over the current state of the GOP.  While I don’t necessarily agree with everything he says, his tone is sobering, and his conclusion is hard to argue against:  “The Republican Party and the conservative movement” are very much in […]