Driving south on Hwy 55, headed back to Texas from Indiana, I had made it to southern Missouri when I … More
False equivalence: “a logical fallacy in which two opposing arguments appear to be logically equivalent when in fact they are … More
I love history. They say if you study it, you can learn from it. And if you can learn from … More
Has anybody noticed how crazy things are? How cray cray people seem to be acting? Have your social media timelines … More
Sometimes it seems like life itself is conflict. The very act of living is savage, sustenance required on a daily basis requires consumptions, the stronger against the weaker. The imperatives of nature, of scientific inquiry, of existing as individuals and groups and nations in a world where difference is the norm and change is the only constant seems to imply that conflict lies within the very genome of life itself.
I work at Spring Lake in San Marcos, Texas. The lake is man-made and is the headwaters of the San … More
In the eternal human quest for Justice and Equality, some moments stand out. The meditating factor is always the commons. … More