The Declaration: A Christless Foundation for a Country

As most of America is getting ready to focus on the 4th of July, generally considered the birth of the American social arrangement, I wish to briefly examine this day from a Christian perspective. First off, while July 4 is “generally considered” the birth of the U.S.A., it is not. I covered this in-depth in … Continue reading The Declaration: A Christless Foundation for a Country

The Falls, where Anarchy met Aristocracy

The Falls of the Ohio was an early name for Louisville, which is nicknamed River City and The Ville. The header pic of this essay is a view of the Louisville skyline, taken from the old cabin site on Clark’s Point on the Indiana shore. Louisville, Kentucky is the center point of the adult life … Continue reading The Falls, where Anarchy met Aristocracy

Covid-19 and *Rethinking The Propositions* goes total Samizdat!

I am a day early by my normal posting schedule, but I desire to share this information now. The Covid-19 outbreak has seized the headlines for most of the month. As of this morning, the U.S. had over 175,000 confirmed cases, and over 3,100 deaths. Whether this will get under control in the next few … Continue reading Covid-19 and *Rethinking The Propositions* goes total Samizdat!

Fractured Worldviews, Publishing, and the Future of GKS

I had an approximately 1100 word essay written for today, concerning politics, the concept of democracy, and the rise of Bernie Sanders from the far left to Democratic forerunner. It would have been my first political essay at GKS since last March, when I criticized Yang Gang. I had already uploaded and scheduled my essay … Continue reading Fractured Worldviews, Publishing, and the Future of GKS