Summary: James Bowman cuts through the fog resulting from the weaponization of sexual harassment claims by the Left. Democrats, thy name is hypocrisy. Oh, would some Power give us the gift To see ourselves as others see us! It would from many a blunder free us, And foolish notion: What airs in dress and gait … Continue reading Weaponizing claims of sexual harassment for political gain
Summary: James Bowman reads the New York Times to better understand the white-hot rhetoric that slowly poisons America's politics. The Times is a mirror to minds of the left half of America. In it we can see some of our problems -- and solutions. Political rhetoric in the age of Trump. By James Bowman. From his … Continue reading Political rhetoric in the age of Trump
Summary: Lord Moulton, Mark Steyn, and James Bowman give us insights about the NFL protests not shown in the news, explaining why this is an important event. This is a follow-up to Looking beyond the politics of the kneeling NFL players. Many have discussed the NFL players' protests in light of this famous passage by Lord Moulton. Mark … Continue reading Hidden and painful truths about the NFL protests
Summary: We continue James Bowman's series about honor by looking at the last major war in which honor was sincerely at stake in the minds of its participants. We can and should learn much from it, if we try. Lyo-lyok: “Dear me, you are a silly. There are no boundaries among the geese.” Wart: “What … Continue reading The Forgotten Honor of World War I
Summary: This brilliant essay by James Bowman describes our lack of heroes, a theme often discussed here and of underappreciated importance to American society. It has taken generations to remove the love of heroes. We might regret it for even longer. "A World Without Heroes" By James Bowman. Speech to the 13 Stars Social … Continue reading An America without heroes. We’ll miss them.