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
What if I told you the secret about how America became the World Power after winning WW2? Your reply is, you have an idea. But the real reason just might flew over your head. Was it the American drive, ambition, risk taking spirit and patriotism to their Republic? Was it the great, intellectual and… Continue reading Why the Left loves the rich athlete but loathes the rich businessman
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?
“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
“You men are just afraid of a strong successful woman.” Says the single independent woman. But in my experience, men aren’t exactly afraid of a strong successful woman. Like earthquakes and food shortages, men tend to avoid them. Being in the workforce tends to bring masculinity. You grow more money, power and respect through your… Continue reading The battlefield of the workforce
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?
After the collapse of the royal house of Saul, David was careful to treat all the officials of Saul’s court with dignity. This move was very uncommon, because the custom was execution of all previous appointees and officials. (This is similar of what George Washington did with POW and other British soldiers he… Continue reading We can’t help it: We believe what we hear
OPEN UP THE MARKETS! Tea party patriots are heavily in favor for the free market. Perhaps the most important policy standing next to a small government for a conservative is having a free enterprise system. Private businesses are far better than having a big government economy simply because of this reason: Businesses must persuade… Continue reading Unleash the free enterprise you say, but why?
If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed. Growing up, if there were anything that was taught to me. The one thing that is clear. That all the people in my upbringing, despite how different they might have been…they were united on this one principle.… Continue reading The 3 lies constantly told about the Republican Party
What is White Privilege? According to Wikipedia, White Privilege is a term for societal privileges that benefit people identified as white in Western countries, beyond what is commonly experienced by non-white people under the same social, political, or economic circumstances. Then to expand on this definition, according to Peggy McIntosh, “whites and white skinned people in Western… Continue reading The (insulting) hypocrisy with White Privilege