By: Mike McDaniel Science fiction often uses time as a plot device. We live in linear time, one thing happens after another, one thing comes before another, sometimes causing what follows. My recent movie critique on Arrival, somewhat explores that issue. What if time were not linear? What if cause and effect were out the window, and we lived, continually traveling through time, perhaps randomly, perhaps at will? While it’s easy to imagine some of the consequences of such an existence, it’s impossible to imagine them all. We can know with certainty only life would be very different, perhaps unimaginable.
Watch this short video from Campus Reform, and imagine where this type of thing could lead Given the Left’s definition of “free speech” I think we see where this road, once entered, leads. READ “Journalistic Standards” Have ALWAYS Been About Lies, and–In Some Cases–Advancing Causes.
By: Mike McDaniel I originally wrote this article for July 4, 2013. I chose the photo of the B1 because I was fortunate enough to know a B1 instructor pilot who arranged for me to “fly” a B1 simulator for 45 minutes. It was a fascinating experience, all the more so [Read More]
Reparations that economically penalize modern Americans for ancient acts to benefit other modern Americans are not justified by any fair reading of history. 2020 Democrat presidential candidates immersed in race-obsessed identity politics (as a substitute for the class-based politics of pure Marxism) are pushing the for the Holy Grail of [Read More]