Tag: The Great Reset

Random Musings at The End of Life as We Knew It

Random Musings at The End of Life as We Knew It

June 7, 2021 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: For me, the proverbial glass is either half empty or half full contingent upon where I'm looking. When I watch the news, I get angry. And every day, as I experience the strange surreality of post-America, I have to pinch myself just to make sure I'm not dreaming … Continue reading Random Musings at The End of Life as We Knew It

The Great Reset: An Ancient Faith Continuously Renamed

The Great Reset: An Ancient Faith Continuously Renamed

May 2, 2021 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: . The welfare of humanity is always the alibi of tyrants. - Albert Camus . Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities. - Voltaire . The writings of antiquity claim Mankind’s desire to unite the world began six millennia ago on the plains … Continue reading The Great Reset: An Ancient Faith Continuously Renamed

An American Nobody Rides the Apocalypse

An American Nobody Rides the Apocalypse

April 7, 2021 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: During an afternoon escape from high school in a Ronald Reagan world, I opened a Bible that was sitting on an end table in a doctor’s office.  The physician was a specialist located an hour away from my hometown and was to advise on a Septoplasty procedure for … Continue reading An American Nobody Rides the Apocalypse

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