Monthly Archives: May 2020

COVID19 5.17.20

I’m going to keep this one brief. I think we’ve been had. Yes, there is a virus. And yes, if you’re 75-years old and have preexisting conditions that if combined with the seasonal flu would prove detrimental, it offers a high probability of death. However, there isn’t a single model or prediction presented by “experts” [...]

By |2020-05-17T23:27:51+00:00May 17th, 2020|Attitude, Instructor Notes, Liberty, Politics|0 Comments

Congo Pt1

“Even extreme grief may ultimately vent itself in violence--but more generally takes the form of apathy” ― Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness   Upon the death of his father in 1865, Leopold the II assumed the Belgian throne. In 1876 he established the International Africa Association (IAA), a “philanthropic” organization he claimed would be used [...]

By |2020-05-18T01:22:29+00:00May 16th, 2020|History, Instructor Notes|0 Comments