Make War Criminals Afraid Again

CW: I know I tend to sprinkle swearing and colorful language in these regardless, but I really go off on this one language wise. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. This wasn’t what I wanted to start off this year writing about. Believe it or not, I had some more tongue and cheek stuff IContinue reading “Make War Criminals Afraid Again”

In Search of “The Good War”

War is bad. That should be a pretty non-controversial statement (depending on who you are, that is), I’d like to think. However, if you’ve stuck around this long in reading through my various ramblings, you should know by  now that I believe war is a constant factor that isn’t going away, and something a leftistContinue reading “In Search of “The Good War””

War: The Chronic Condition

If you don’t want to read this whole essay: tl;dr war isn’t going anywhere. I feel like I’ve already said this ad nauseum in the first few essays I’ve posted here – and rest assured, it is not going to be the last time I say it. But after thinking about both of those points,Continue reading “War: The Chronic Condition”

“Don’t Start None, Won’t Be None”

“Some people seem confused by my posts recently. Just because I’m anti war does not mean I’m a pacifist.” That is what Joe Kassabian – author of both fiction and non-fiction and the host of “Lions Led by Donkeys”, one of my favorite podcasts and a gateway that led me to leftism – tweeted outContinue reading ““Don’t Start None, Won’t Be None””

The Obligatory Election Essay

This is probably going to be shorter than most of the pieces I plan to write for here. I wasn’t actually going to have this be my second essay for the site. I hadn’t actually written anything for the 2020 election. I think that was partially because I had no idea how it was goingContinue reading “The Obligatory Election Essay”

Setting the Stage

The last few years have seen a remarkable surge in the popularity of leftist political thought in the United States – though it is clear that leftist ideas still have a very long road to travel before reaching full, mainstream acceptance. I’ve recently seen myself take my own personal journey of “coming out of theContinue reading “Setting the Stage”