South Park tackles an appropriate response for people who discover that, at the DNA level, they’re not as Caucasian as they thought they were.
By: Mike McDaniel Have you heard of “white privilege,” gentle readers? It’s the idea that merely because one was born white, one has unfair advantages in life, advantages non-white people not only do not have, but can never have. It does not matter that one is as far from racist [Read More]
Remember the Unabomber? That weird, reclusive domestic terrorist guy holed up in his cabin with nothing but a copy of Al Gore’s “Earth in the Balance” and a box of crazy flakes, as he plotted which of his fellow citizens he had to kill in order to save Mother Gaia. [Read More]
Those who think Gone With The Wind is a love letter to the Old South are wrong; it is, instead, a savage indictment of a deeply corrupt society. I first read Gone With The Wind when I was 12. I remember vividly what a brilliant emotional ride it was. Of [Read More]