But what of The Savior Generals? They saved lost causes and won wars which their countrymen had grown defeatist toward.
When it comes to coronavirus, I’m all for reasonable measures to be safe – particularly when it comes to protecting the more vulnerable elderly, and those with underlying health conditions. For me personally, I’m all for not getting COVID-19 in … Continued
It’s like the opening scene of a zombie apocalypse movie. Everything canceled. The world freaking out. Reporters with their serious faces on talking about shutdowns and lock-ins and market collapse. And I sit here and think, “Man, I’m glad I … Continued
In the run-up to the 2016 Republican primaries, I wrote an article explaining that I could not and would not support Donald Trump for president. That was back when I had choices like Ted Cruz and Ben Carson. But after … Continued
I just finished listening to The Marshmallow Test yesterday, and it was great. It was easily one of the most practical, readable, applicable, and insightful books I’ve ever read. But in finishing this one on Audible, I decided to finally … Continued
The question of what makes some people more credible than others has been on my mind for a long time. And whether I approach the topic from the standpoint of someone wanting to establish my own credibility or wanting to … Continued
Back in high school, I met a man named Charles. His last name escapes me now, but it’s not important to the story. Charles was a large, imposing, friendly fellow. But Charles identified himself as an Apostle. And Charles was … Continued
It’s been a while since I wrote anything political. I took a long break just to keep my sanity and used my time to study things that interest me more – ancient civilizations and fantasy novels. But with 2019 in … Continued