Congressman Loudermilk on Bartow’s Morning News

Congressman Barry Loudermilk from Georgia's 11th Congressional district called into Bartow's Morning News to talk about the work being done in Congress since their return from the Easter break. We discussed the revised healthcare bill that seems to have the support of the Freedom Caucus, President Trump's proposed revision of the tax code, the problems... Continue Reading →

The Black Blood of Modernity

About ten years ago I was having a conversation with a friend about climate change. (I think we called it global warming at that time). I concluded that if warming was happening by natural causes, there was nothing we could do about it. So humans would have to adapt through artificial means. If warming was... Continue Reading →

Islam: The Third and Troubling Child

It's no secret, I think all religion, being a practice on faith rather than reason, is a poor life style. However, current events demonstrate there is only one deserving special attention if not out right combat for hearts and minds. That is Islam. I've addressed my concerns here, here and here. And here. This short piece is a reminder in light of... Continue Reading →

Smells Like Wean Spirit

Somewhere around the age of thirty-five, I realized I didn't know what was good in current music. I was, and continue to play, all the stuff that defined my niche as an eighties' kid. My preference was for what was then labeled, Alternative. But that definition didn't say much at all. Because all it really... Continue Reading →

The Great Drug War Wall

On January 25, 2017, President Trump issued the executive order that authorized the construction of the Great Wall of America. Expected to run about the length of one-thousand-three-hundred miles, costing anywhere from sixteen to twenty-six billion dollars to build, seven-hundred-fifty-million a year to maintain and taking four or twenty years to build, * it looks... Continue Reading →

Take the Outsider Test

Through the Obama years, Democrats had no problem with his pen and phone approach. If he couldn't get it his way with GOP support, he was determined to go it alone. And while he was doing this, there was zero opposition from members of his team. But now that Trump is in power and the... Continue Reading →

Trump hopes for the Hollywood ending

Hollywood tells all kind of stories. One of the staples of the "Hollywood ending" is when the main character delivers a speech that changes the course of events of the tale. It's the Aesop's Fables morality moment where we all come to the same collective understanding that whatever had been happening up to that point... Continue Reading →

Will protest fatigue begin to show?

It's just now coming up on 13 days; not yet two full weeks since the inauguration. I believe there have been protests, rallies and protest-rallies each and every day, with no sign of slowing. There is a subset of our country that seems to have decided it's better (easier?) to stop going to work, ignore... Continue Reading →

Executive Disorder

First things first, read the entire Executive Order. Then come back. I’ll wait. Done? No you’re not. Read it first please. * Flips through Cabela’s catalog, looks for fly-fishing classes * * Gets diverted to the muskets. Always wanted a musket * Done? You sure? Okay, here we go: The Executive Order PROTECTING THE NATION... Continue Reading →

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