In this article I will argue that there are at least a few strong and current examples of conservatism in media and pop culture, although I will not by any means arguing about its degree. While I am not going to argue that liberalism is the major driver of media and pop culture in this … Read more
This article addresses certain ways secession might be done legally, but does not address whether or not that is actually a good idea. The Texas Argument I’m from Texas and I just want to get this one out of the way. Texas might be able to secede, but if it can it’s not due to … Read more
I recently butchered an interview when I was asked, “Do illegal immigrants take American jobs?” My answer, which no doubt confounded my interviewer and left him with the impression that I was intellectually confused, was, “Yes and no, but usually yes.” This article is meant to defend that statement, and perhaps find a way to … Read more
Sometimes people say things during a political conversation and my brain explodes. “Does not compute does not compute…!” Then I realize, wait, the reason someone thinks, for example, that oil subsidies are a conservative idea, is because of a simple misconception. A fallacy of equivocation. Here are my top 3 political false equivocations for the … Read more
Reading The Score published a new article of mine here. The article is on Rick Perry. It seems he is acting like a conservative lately, but why? Is it real conservatism or acting? That is the topic of that article – enjoy!
Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a holiday in the United States that commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas in 1865. This is a Texan thing and we Texans better know our own history. Furthermore this story highlights principals and historical trends which … Read more