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The Lesser Wars

This is my first “live” article coming back from my year end hiatus. I may have taken a few days off from my writing but I certainly didn’t take time off from political conversation. Our military is often criticized for fighting the last war. In that vein, I want to criticize the priorities I hear in progressive political discourse.

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I’ve Seen The Worst (But I Fear It’s Not Over)

I was not alive for the Dred Scott decision in 1857, Plessy v Ferguson decision in 1896 or Korematsu in 1944. In my adult lifetime I have seen plenty of very bad Supreme Court decisions and I’d like to briefly discuss a few today. Let’s explore. Continue reading I’ve Seen The Worst (But I Fear It’s Not Over)

A Racist In Our Midst

If you’re in a real hurry today or for the next few weeks I’ll save you some time reading the rest of today’s column and following some upcoming Senate hearings – Jeff Sessions will be confirmed as Attorney General. Elections have consequences, the Senate is still to a large degree a club and America will suffer. Continue reading A Racist In Our Midst