Archive for May, 2006

Why Political Discourse Is So Difficult in the Postmodern Age

Wednesday, May 24th, 2006

as i was partying the past couple of days, i noticed that more than one of my friends had recourse to refer to a dictionary during our conversations. no, these folks are not stupid or confused by my verbiage. rather they thought it important that the actual meaning of the words being used was imperative [...]

Bush, the National Guard and militarization

Wednesday, May 17th, 2006

Well, I wish I could say I was not surprised on Monday when I began reading rumors that Prez Bush was going to announce the militarization of the Mexican border. What I was wondering was how would people react to this news. Would they be happy that Bush was attacking this national travesty head-on? Would [...]

Immigration and the Census

Wednesday, May 10th, 2006

According to recent reports from the Census Bureau, white Anglo_Saxons will be a minority in this country before long (a recent article is here). This is only fitting in my view, after all, this was someone else’s land before we got here, was it not? I wonder how most people feel about this subject though. [...]

Moussaoui, irony and cultural schism redux

Friday, May 5th, 2006

It is really late and i am not gonna lie–I am fuct up. Yes, wasted with a t! Anyway, I thought of this post earlier and had to do it, so here it goes. The link that follows should be the 3rd page of a Reuters article(here). I just thought it interesting that she says [...]

Oil, Technology diffusion and missing posts

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006

well dear readers, it has been a long time since i last posted. sorry about that, but i had to move into a new domicile and my computers and cable connections were down for several days. i am still recovering from the move and yesterday i had the pleasure of getting smacked in the eye [...]