Tag: idealism

Journalism’s Deep Slide into Idealistic Agendas

journalism

Disclaimer: If you think I wrote this with you in mind, please see the Disclaimer section at the bottom. A friend of mine shared an article this morning from The Atlantic entitled, What Can Prewar Germany Teach Us About Social Media Regulation? It had been re-titled by the time I landed on the page, along […]

Liberals and Democrats – What’s REALLY Wrong with Libtards and Demoncraps?

Ok, what’s REALLY wrong with Libtards and Demoncraps? (Liberals and Democrats)   Idealism. These two categories of people, largely overlapping, have replaced any sense of reality for what they would like reality to be. Raised on Hollywood, they think that if they just believe hard enough, it’ll come to pass, and when it doesn’t, we […]

Solving America’s Problems Requires Clear Thinking

Clear Thinking

Yesterday I stumbled across a rather insightful editorial by Bart Hinkle at the Richmond Times.  He demonstrated such clear thinking that I wrote the author a letter, presented here with minor corrections for spelling, punctuation, and grammar: I found your recent article to be very insightful.  It is a fascinating look at what ails America […]

Reality vs. Idealism

I’ve had some interesting conversations with my oldest cousin, lately. He’s struggling with the fact that his idealism keeps running smack into the wall of reality. Here’s my latest response to him: Reality only knows one truth, hence my watch phrase: Truth is. Idealism involves picking a position, cherry-picking facts which tend to support it, […]