Tag Archives: guns

American Mourning

Another day, another mass shooting. This time in Las Vegas, with 59 dead at this writing. I wrote about two other mass shootings, in 2012 and then I stopped.  What is the point, after all?  Money is all that matters. … Continue reading

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Karma

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, … Continue reading

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The Violent States of America

2014 has barely begun and it’s already become a milestone – in America, you risk being shot in pretty much any public venue. Schools, malls, churches, workplaces, theaters, festivals, roads, sporting events, and now grocery stores – virtually anywhere there … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Doomsday Preppers

I’m married to a devoted television remote surfer dude, which is to explain how we wound up watching National Geographic’s Doomsday Preppers the other night.  The show is kind of mesmerizing in a sick sort of way……kind of like rubbernecking … Continue reading

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We are all Crazy

I wrote about the Aurora massacre, called it American Blood. Children were massacred at Sandy Hook elementary school last week, and we’re all a little nuts.  Hyper vigilant.  Defensive.  Angry. So, David Simon, whom I’ve written about in the past … Continue reading

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American Blood

Premise 3 – Our way of living – industrial civilization – is based on, requires, and would collapse very quickly without persistent and widespread violence. Premise 10 – The culture as a whole and most of its members are insane.  … Continue reading

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Our Old Kentucky Home

I haven’t written yet about Kentucky because I’m afraid that once I start, I won’t be able to quit.  I’m wildly in love with the parts of the state that I’ve seen so far, so much so that we bought … Continue reading

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