Saturday, December 6, 2014

Maybe Multiculturalism Isn't so Bad?

The Satanic Temple has decided to place a diorama of the fall of Satan in the Florida Capitol. While certainly making a bold move in the battle for religious liberty that will cause religious folks like me to scurry away in terror, their glorious masterstroke has one flaw. While their desire was to scandalize us with their edgy views, all they've done is provided us with another (albeit tacky) reminder that our God is better than the one they (albeit tongue-in-cheek) serve.

Maybe the Muslims will step up to the plate next and put up a diorama of Lepanto, or Muhammad standing before Christ at the Last Judgment? Tis the season!

Friday, December 5, 2014


Mr. Dragonofski requested a report on #CrimingWhileWhite. As always, friends, your wish is my command. Just so long as it doesn't involve anything too obscene or boring.

While it should come as no surprise to you that I do not possess, do not want to possess, and will not possess a Twitter account, I grudgingly acknowledge it's place in our society as the teeming collective unconscious of the Millennial generation. Its 140 character limit on speech mirrors exactly the average American's shallow engagement on the issues. 

By it's nature, all dialectic is pared away, leaving raw tribalist rhetoric, which is, realistically, the best you can expect people to offer on any discussion of public import. Some may admire Laconic wit, but after considering that its originators built their society around child abuse, one should foster in themselves a healthy distrust for the Lakedaimonians.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Breaking the Silence

If you follow this blog, you might be wondering why I've been so silent lately. The recent elections and the even more recent amnesty would seem to be fertile ground for comment, given what I've written on prior to this. What could be compelling my silence? It's certainly not that I've gained the humility to shut up, not by a long shot...