A walk down a street in Seattle reveals more about the City than the average tour guide will show.
The essayistic equivalent of pissing into the wind
A plea that the insurrectionists of January 6th be forced to commit seppuku
Thoughts on mulligans, insurrection, Mike Lee, the serious business that is human flourishing, and a brief but insightful consideration of the mulligan
Some thoughts on and for the coaching staff of the DNC as they confront the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett
The thing about insanity is that, despite believing in its existence, each of us is certain we don't have it. While it might be difficult to determine what, exactly, is the insane, most of us are fairly certain that whatever it is — it's not who we are or what...
[This is a multi-part essay that begins with a pleasant and rolling introduction (definitely worth reading). That's followed by a lengthy skewering of arguments in favor of Joe Biden's presidential campaign. And ends with a brief and far more...
How licking a furry pet can help keep your mood elevated during the pandemic.
How the pandemic can prove that free markets and unicorns really do exist.
“Lamar speaks for lots and lots of us.” — Ben Sasse, US Senator from Nebraska The Lamar in the above statement is Lamar Alexander, Senator from Tennessee. Known to Senate fanboys as Mitch McConnell’s “best friend” in the Senate, Alexander is also recognizable for his...
Donald Trump and the Deep State working through issues during couples therapy