In watching the second Presidential debate, I witnessed what I expected to witness: time and time again Donald Trump blamed Hillary Clinton for x, y, and z. At one point, Clinton, in responding to Trump’s claim about her ability to make any changes, said something along the lines of “because the President has the power … More Blame and Fame: American Pornography
On and on and on I hear and read in the media various Conservatives harping upon “freedom” and “liberty.” They want to ensure we as Americans maintain our freedoms and our inalienable rights. According to the Declaration of Independence, those include Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. Unfortunately, Conservatives (at least since Reagan) have … More The Conservative Theft of American Freedoms
I cannot remember a time during my 40 years of life in which racial hostilities in America have burned as hot as they do now. The title to this post says racism is incredibly stupid. I might also say racism is not only ignorant, but it is for the ignorant–people who, for a wide variety of reasons, … More Three Simple Reasons Why Racism is Incredibly Stupid
According to Rudy Giuliani, “before Obama came along, we didn’t have any successful radical Islamic terrorist attack inside the United States.” Just a couple days ago, I heard the bat-shit crazy Trump spokeswoman Katrina Pierson tell a female Fox News correspondent she had the “luxury” of working at Fox. Such are just two of the … More The Trumping of America: A Case of Historical Amnesia? (or a “Call to War”)
“Josh Bertetta’s provocative book significantly adds to the canon of anabolic steroid works started with ‘Legal Muscle’ and ‘Bigger Stronger Faster.’ This fascinating, truth-seeking journey is an antidote to the distorted perspectives presented in the mainstream media. Fasten your seatbelts. If you thought you knew the story of steroids in America, think again.” ~ Rick … More Steroids as American as Apple Pie?
To begin, condolences for those who lost friends and family in today’s most recent mass shooting in San Bernadino, California. The news has not released who the gunmen are/were at the time of my writing. Surely there is already speculation about ISIS or some other Islamic militant group. Perhaps some other group. There will be … More Mass Shootings & The American Dream
Today’s lecture begins a two day series on the revolutionary developments in ancient Indian thought during what is sometimes called the Upanishadic Era. After discussing the challenges such thinkers posed to the Vedic concentration on ritual and priests, we begin to discuss yoga, both in its philosophy and, after watching a HYSTERICAL video, juxtaposing such … More Hindu Lecture 3: Upanishadic Era (Pt I)
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” So says the U.S. Declaration of Independence. Sure we all know what it’s like to be happy and sure we … More Pursuit of Happ-I-ness
Science-Denying Troglodyte Ted Cruz to Chair Senate Science Subcommittee | Americans Against the Tea Party.
It might sound strange to ask “where” when it comes to asking a question regarding a period of time. Shouldn’t I ask “When is Native American Heritage Month?” Well I did, and the answer to my own question is what prompted this post. Then “when” is now, November. I ask “Where,” then, because I’d never … More Where is Native American Heritage Month?