Chaotic Considerations, an Empty Space, a Thanksgiving Prayer, and the Dreams of America as Founded

Chaotic Considerations, an Empty Space, a Thanksgiving Prayer, and the Dreams of America as Founded

November 16, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: The fate of the United States hangs in the balance. If the 2020 Presidential Election has proven anything, it has shown America as irreconcilably divided: between those dreaming of a constitutional republic against others intoxicated with Nietzsche’s Will to Power fueled by delusion, emotionalism, and materialism. For conservatives, … Continue reading Chaotic Considerations, an Empty Space, a Thanksgiving Prayer, and the Dreams of America as Founded

Boo hoo. The Moonbats Stole Our Election. Now What?

Boo hoo. The Moonbats Stole Our Election. Now What?

November 5, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: I had lunch with two friends the week before the November 3, 2020 U.S. Presidential Election.  One of the men is an unconfessed Socialist and the other is a Republican in Name Only (RINO).  During our discussion, the RINO told the Socialist he was voting for Trump.  Honestly, … Continue reading Boo hoo. The Moonbats Stole Our Election. Now What?

Sharing War Stories While Playing Tag With Flashlights in the Dark

Sharing War Stories While Playing Tag With Flashlights in the Dark

October 20, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: A few weeks ago, I ran into an acquaintance who I’ve known less than a year: a 60-year-old liberal woman who started out by saying:  “I don’t know where you stand politically, but I just can’t believe the stupidity of Trump voters”. I replied: “What do you mean?” … Continue reading Sharing War Stories While Playing Tag With Flashlights in the Dark

Netflix’s “Social Dilemma” is Pure Deflection Because the Best Lies Always Contain Some Truth

Netflix’s “Social Dilemma” is Pure Deflection Because the Best Lies Always Contain Some Truth

October 2, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: This blogger sees Netflix in the same way “Godfather”, Vito Corleone, viewed his enemies.  In other words, I keep my books and blogs close, but television and movies closer.  This is because social narratives are the new religion.  As I’ve stated before in previous articles, I have a … Continue reading Netflix’s “Social Dilemma” is Pure Deflection Because the Best Lies Always Contain Some Truth