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Maybe You Shouldn’t Vote After All

I ran into an article on with some interesting statistics on the group of Americans that will decide the fate of our nation–“undecided likely voters.” While 69 percent of likely voters report they’re paying a great deal of attention to the race, the figure drops to 59 percent for persuadable likely voters. Among the … Continue reading

Newt Gingrich Earns First GOP Primary Victory

As I’m sure you know by now, Newt Gingrich has won the South Carolina GOP primary, and did so decisively. Now, Santorum, Romney, and Gingrich all may claim victory in one state. While the winner of South Carolina has gone on to win the nomination in every GOP primary since 1980, each of those winners also … Continue reading

Moral Relativism Makes Me Relatively Sick

Metaethical Moral Relativism: The truth or falsity of moral judgements, or their justification, is not absolute or universal, but is relative to the traditions, convictions, or practices of a group of persons. Simply put, for those who subscribe to this philosophy, there is no real right or wrong. Groups of people can decide what is … Continue reading

The Great Restrainers: Brian and Calvin Coolidge

I’d always thought Brian Cashman was a terrible GM. That is until recently, when I realized that ownership was overriding him on a lot of the decisions I didn’t like. Cashman made it obvious he didn’t want to sign Rafael Soriano this offseason and when the expensive signing happened, everyone knew Hank Steinbrenner overrode his … Continue reading