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One of America’s greatest idols and sports leaders has died today. The immediate cause was cancer. We all know that the real cause was the unfair firing he experienced from the Penn State board of trustees.
Given how much Joe… Read the rest[...read more]
Looking back, 2011 was a year full of fake-outs. Political, sporting, and cultural fake-outs.
All of these failures to deliver left disillusioned people in their wakes. Some, like the Jerry Sandusky\Penn State sex abuse scandal, left a lot of hurt… Read the rest[...read more]
Hangovers feel the same no matter which university you attend, but we Nittany Lions are experiencing a unique hangover, as a result of the Jerry Sandusky scandal. This seemingly ever-unfolding scandal is at complete odds with the vision we PSU… Read the rest[...read more]
Global climate change, caused exclusively by humans and especially Western democracies, has been a cornerstone article of faith among the most outspoken environmental advocates.
No matter what the weather is, it’s always too extreme, too variable, too much of an… Read the rest[...read more]
Late this past week an earthquake was felt in State College, and the resulting cascade of day-by-day events signal that a tsunami is following close behind. If you think that an earthquake is bad, wait until the tsunami hits. It’s… Read the rest[...read more]
Western Civilization is crumbling from within, rotting from decades of increasingly demanding sentimentalism that pushes out laws based on equal justice before the law, and replaces them with laws based on redistribution of wealth and the rewarding of purported victims,… Read the rest[...read more]
From October 2001 through October 2003, I led the effort to conserve the Flight 93 crash site for an eventual national memorial. At that crucial time in its development, I was working for a national non-profit land protection group, and… Read the rest[...read more]
Recent orgies of violence in America and England demonstrate the sickness of the politics of victimization and entitlement, and how it corrodes our basic institutions of civilization. Amplifying it have been law enforcement failures in both nations that reveal how… Read the rest[...read more]
Traditionally, “social justice” issues have been the domain of non-profit watch dog groups. As those guardians have become partisan or worse, and abandoned their balanced role, the mantle of guardianship is naturally following the way of the information age. Every… Read the rest[...read more]
Love is powerful, beautiful, a token of the highest commitment. And it can be dangerous when it makes us act dangerously or as if we oughtta be committed to a looney bin. Love can be a powerful drug, is the… Read the rest[...read more]