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The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

One Wednesday November 5th, 2008 I went to work wearing a dark suit, white shirt and a black tie. I work in a business causal environment so seeing someone in a suit usually means one thing, they have an interview. I am not sure why but everyone always wants to be around [Read More]

I Finally Have a Horse in the Race

I Finally Have a Horse in the Race

Sen. John McCain picked Sarah Palin to be his vice presidential running mate and I’m thrilled. You see, I’m a conservative, and here’s what that means to me. I’m for small government, small taxes, and largely a keep-your-nose-out-of my-business-type [Read More]

Surprise VP Pick for McCain

Surprise VP Pick for McCain

Well let me go on record as saying I was completely wrong in who I thought John McCain was going to pick. I was hopeful for Mike Huckabee but thought it would be Mitt Romney, I know people were talking about the governor of Minnesota or of Florida but I did not think that [Read More]

Sarah Palin “Shocked” Open Thread

Sarah Palin “Shocked” Open Thread

I really don’t consider myself a politically savvy character. Yes, I am an American. Yes, I vote. What party do I support? I prefer to keep people guessing. Here is hint: my favorite Presidents have been Ronald Regan and John F Kennedy. After hearing the news, I [Read More]

You Want Some GOP, Yeah You Know Me!

You Want Some GOP, Yeah You Know Me!

I have said that you will not get positive campaigns until positive campaigns work.  I have just watched the Republican debate in Florida and I must say that I am very impressed with all the candidates.  Everyone answered the questions that were presented to them [Read More]

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A Cinematic Feast: “Welcome to the Rileys” (2010)

A Cinematic Feast: “Welcome to the Rileys” (2010)

Here is a tiny little film that barely earned $320,000 in total box-office receipts world-wide and screened only in 11 [Read More]

The American (2010) – A Cold Story Served Well Like Chilled Caviar

The American (2010) – A Cold Story Served Well Like Chilled Caviar

THE AMERICAN is a philosophical exercise on what constitutes “The Reality.” Can we tell what’s going on inside a [Read More]

Growing Up with Harold Bloom

Growing Up with Harold Bloom

Going through my library this weekend, I came across an old copy of Harold Bloom’s classic, The Western Canon. [Read More]

Critics in Love

Critics in Love

This blog isn’t wont to dole out dating advice.  Thinking upon my own predicament trying to find romance, [Read More]

The Military and the Meaning of Science

The Military and the Meaning of Science

The other day, I read an article in the New York Times regarding the American military’s turn to renewable [Read More]

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