I had a pleasant conversation recently with a business leader about my time in the Navy and my career since then. It started off innocently enough. We'd gone out to eat together along with our wives and then decided to continue the evening at their home. We settled in and grabbed a drink. Our wives went into… Continue reading Culture of yes-men do what is expected of them
Rand Paul said, "I'm not a Libertarian." Rand Paul said, "I'm a Libertarian Republican." Rand Paul said, "I'm a Constitutional Conservative." He said all these things on May 10, 2013 at a luncheon with several evangelical pastors in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He made it rather clear he wasn't a Libertarian when he advised he was… Continue reading All or Nothing?
On April 13, 1999, one day before I'd turn twenty-nine-years-old, the following letter was emailed to then sitting Senator, William V. Roth, Jr. of Delaware. It also went out to various newspapers and periodicals. Senator William V. Roth, Jr. 104 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510 Dear Senator Roth, I recently finished reading your… Continue reading The IRS: A Henchman, By Design
Benghazi. Benghazi. Benghazi. For a week now, the angle to come at this has plagued me. What are we dealing with? What’s the story? A terrorist attack spawned by an anti-Muslim movie? An unchecked riot? A lie from the Obama Administration about what exactly happened? What’s the biggest thing worth covering here? Who cares, right… Continue reading Sissy Journalism Fails to Cut at the Roots