The Masquerade of Identity Politics, Part Five
Identity politics is in the end, a sinister masquerade. It offers more discrimination, more oppression and less inclusion as we shut everyone else out in favor of a tribal group think.
The Masquerade of Identity Politics, Part Four
The more commenters who appeared, the tighter the negative group-think divided itself into tribes.
The Masquerade of Identity Politics, Part Three
What happens when people or their opinions are attacked on social media?Does the “group think” that is so prevalent today prevail, or do people rely on their own research and personal experience?
The Masquerade of Identity Politics, Part Two
I decided to keep a data spread sheet to try and track just how far people were willing to go to disregard facts and logical thinking.
The Masquerade of Identity Politics, Part One
Events took place in my own world locally which was not regularly subject to the outward public expression of identity politics.
How Do We Tell the Story of Vietnam? Letters From a Soldier, Fifty Years On, Part Two
In the spring of 1967 my father boarded a plane, a handsome, idealistic young Captain in the United States Army. He was bound for Vietnam.
How Do We Tell the Story of Vietnam? Letters From a Soldier, Fifty Years On, Part 1
Letters from a soldier, fifty years on.
Freitas, Reeves Crank It Up for Virginia Business: General Assembly 2018, Part 2
Senator Bryce Reeves tells prospective new business, “Bring it on!”
Virginia Lawmakers Crank It Up in the Virginia General Assembly 2018, Part 1
Delegate Glenn Davis makes the case for a realistic look and tax reform in a 21st Century Virginia economy.
Kyle McDaniel and the Virginia of 2018
Thank God we have people like Kyle McDaniel with enough character to speak out so eloquently.