28 November 2016

Uncommon Commentary #526: There's a Narrow Way to Heaven, but a Broadway to Hell

The Hamilton controversy seems to be missing something: Why is a Black actor even portraying Aaron Burr?  Can you imagine how people would react if a White man played the rĂ´le of a Black one?

22 November 2016

Uncommon Commentary #525: An Election Reflection

Undemocratic Democrats and other leftists are wrong to protest Trump's elevation to the presidency.  Although I'm glad that Dunghillary lost, however, I'm not glad that Trump won.  For a moralist (someone whose primary concerns are matters of right and wrong) such as I, the attainment of great power and honor by a man with such defects of character is lamentable.  Soon, the exhilaration of victory will wear off, and Republicans and unaffiliated but sympathetic voters like me will realize that, although Trump is not a political antichrist, he's not a political messiah either; he's Trump.

15 November 2016

Miscellaneous Musing #86

If superior beings from outer space built the smooth-sloped Egyptian pyramids, why didn't they get it right the first time, rather than produce the "Bent Pyramid"?

07 November 2016

Uncommon Commentary #524: Donald May or May Not Be a Trump, but He's Not a Clinton

(Two dictionary definitions of "trump" are: "a decisive overriding factor /final resource", and "a dependable and exemplary person".)
To someone who proclaims the intention of voting for Dunghillary, there's a sufficient rejoinder comprising just one word:
Why?