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Conservatives around the country have been twisting themselves in knots over “critical race theory” for a year-and-a-half now, even though very few of them actually know what it is. As I … more
 Several people have responded to my column from last week, when I said it seems like the whole world is going crazy. This has included some of my conservative, as well as liberal, friends. I … more
Joe Biden has only been our “sham” president for 15 months, and the damage he has done and continues to do is enormous.  Just to be sure that I am understood, the meaning of the word … more
 Russia attacked Ukraine, on Thursday. Feb. 24, 2022. The war is now entering its fourth week. And, thanks to around-the -lock worldwide media coverage of this baseless and horrific war, … more
The world seems to be getting crazier every day. It is amazing the number of things happening now that most of us thought were permanently in the past or would have been dumbfounded 15 years ago to … more
 Russia’s military invasion and unprovoked attack on the sovereign nation of Ukraine is into its third week.  Having underestimated the strong will of the Ukrainian people to fight … more
 Most of the world watched in horror this past week as Russian forces invaded Ukraine, with combat troop mobilization that has not been seen in Europe since World War II. Even many of the … more
I begin this article with a time-frame notification. I am still away from home, and, due to conflicting time restraints over the next few days, I am submitting this article several days in advance to … more
People who are terrified by critical race theory almost always prove unaware of what it actually is: a legal studies framework that examines how race has been affected (and, in part, created) by law. … more
Next week will mark one year that I have been writing this column. The first one appeared on Feb. 25, 2021 and was titled “History is the key to everything.” That is the template I have … more
 In service to our country, my wife and I lived most of our adult lives in foreign countries.  As a result, we like to travel.  As I write this article, we are not in a foreign land, … more
 Last week, I talked about the controversial removal of “Maus” from the middle school curriculum in McMinn County, a decision made by the school board and not by the teachers (the … more
As a country, we’ve had choices from the day we were born.  There were voices that told us right from wrong.  If we had continued to listen, we wouldn’t be here today; i.e. … more
 Back in 2003, at the beginning of the war with Iraq, I was a student at Tech (I was late getting started) and a member of the College Democrats. We were opposed to the war - anyone paying … more
My two most recent opinion articles dealt with the compelling need of we the people to ensure the integrity of the November 2022 mid-term elections and all future elections.  In those articles, … more
 Last week’s publication of part one of the above-noted important subject matter; i.e. the compelling need to ensure the integrity of the November 2022 mid-term elections and all future … more
On my first day back to work after the holidays, I ran into a student in the hallway who had taken one of my Native American history classes a couple of years ago. He said, “Who’d have … more
 As we enter the year 2022, there are many critical issues that need to be addressed and acted on if we are to save our country from Marxism and single-political-party rule; i.e. the sure route … more
For years, the Republican Party had been eroding their base’s confidence in the election system in order to justify passing state laws to restrict the opportunities of minorities to vote - … more
What was the best present you got for Christmas? Did someone really special surprise you with a totally unexpected gift? Maybe a complete stranger or a friend you had not seen for a while shocked you … more
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