Using your enemy’s weapon against them

For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill. – Sun Tzu There are three major historical events that I will use to further explain this strategy. The common truth of this master plan: disarming your enemy… Continue reading Using your enemy’s weapon against them

All politics is sexual politics. Here is why.

Long before the Declaration of Independence was drafted by the Second Continental Congress and the US gained its independence. Even before Christ walked on earth. Push more back further, the Roman Empire conquering and the Germanic Tribes challenging them. Slave trade Arabs and the purchase of Joseph. One can go back into earlier primitive human… Continue reading All politics is sexual politics. Here is why.

The City on the Hill: Speech and Religion

The long American tradition of the Salem witch trials has resurface. These witch hunts come in many forms: Being blacklisted from society or even in your family simply for your (non-violent) views. Media censorship. Banned from social media. Persecuted for religious or scientific factors in favor for social justice. We can call this “positive discrimination.”… Continue reading The City on the Hill: Speech and Religion

The 12 differences of the North and South: You thought it, I said it.

Born and raised in New York City, I am well aware of the lifestyle there. Fast. Expensive. Busy. Flashing lights.  A large melting pot with immigrants from all over the world squeezed into a tiny 2 mile wide island called Manhattan. The city has changed rapidly (as it always did historically) since my childhood. I… Continue reading The 12 differences of the North and South: You thought it, I said it.

Smashing Confederate statues benefits who?

Like a thief in the night, Confederate statues were removed at Austin, Texas and throughout the nation. The quarrelsome that quickly unfolded afterwards is expected. It’s at the point where these “cause and reaction” events are getting predictable, at the cost of our country’s history. When there was a mass shooting at Charleston Church South… Continue reading Smashing Confederate statues benefits who?

Eliminate the Death Tax

Ever ask yourself “Why is God asking this from me, when I don’t feel like it?” Or “Why is God expecting this from me when I desire to do otherwise?” It can be anything: He asks us to give- when we might want to hold on. He asks us to Remember the Sabbath- when we… Continue reading Eliminate the Death Tax

America’s religious roots

Just in time! On Independence Day- most people would discuss about the Declaration of Independence from Great Britain on July 4th 1776. Or what they will grill today. But I’ve decided to talk more about the religious roots that help jump-start this War of Independence which John Hancock would sign off on what would become… Continue reading America’s religious roots

Can government create wealth?

  Recently I had a conversation with a person who worked for the Federal Reserve. Although vague, he had enlighten me on it’s operations and conduct. Here is what I gathered after our brief encounter and it got religious.   In short, no. Government cannot create wealth. But if you would like a further explanation… Continue reading Can government create wealth?

Why did we save the Syrians but not the Russians or Chinese?

Have you noticed the great achievements of the 1950’s in America? Let’s quickly review:  1951 America introduced the first colored T.V. along with the first credit cards to purchase them.  1952 Car seat belts were introduced. 1953 DNA discovered and the first Playboy magazine published. 1954 Expedition to search for the Abominable Snowman. (This was… Continue reading Why did we save the Syrians but not the Russians or Chinese?

The two type of thinkers: Future Thinkers and Present Thinkers

Which do you fall into? We all know or at least know of someone who is rich. For now, let’s just define a person with wealth as an individual who doesn’t live paycheck to paycheck- they can sleep comfortably at night with no financial stress. Now these people would be considered upper class. Surely, since… Continue reading The two type of thinkers: Future Thinkers and Present Thinkers