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
Masculinity isn’t toxic and toxic isn’t masculinity. When author Ayn Rand first came to the United States of America from Russia, she couldn’t believe her eyes. She had once experienced a comfortable life prior to the up-rise of the Bolsheviks under Vladimir Lenin. She was 12 years old during the Russian Revolution. The Bolsheviks… Continue reading Toxic masculinity is an oxymoron
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 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
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
“Be devoted to one another in brotherly love. Honor one another above yourselves.” Romans 12:10 Often when one thinks of a sibling, “love” doesn’t immediately come to mind. Despite if that was the reason or intention of the relationship. What we do frequently hear, is about the infamous “sibling rivalry” instead.… Continue reading The Bicycle: The Importance of Siblings
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
In honor of President Trump withdrawing the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, here is a brief history lesson on Climate Change. The anger and passion that arises from the members of the Climate Change religion cannot easily go unnoticed. This is the very first sign of evidence that an observer can make when… Continue reading The Church of Shortage: Climate Change
Growing up in a poor neighborhood, I just knew there had to be something great beyond this noise of pain. The crying. The fights. The crime. The agony. Children had no fathers. Young boys who were desperate to regain and cling onto their masculinity, admire the life of a criminal. This criminal behavior help feed… Continue reading What’s so great about Patriotism?
Yes, I know. It is no longer called “Global Warming.” It is now Climate Change! Ah, yes. I should not insult Climate Change, and I better keep myself updated if I want to be part of this modern world. But there is nothing modern with this concept of Climate Change. It was used for many… Continue reading Why is the secular left wing so attracted to Global Warming?