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Samples of My Art

Art

The art, which can be found in the sidebar on the right side of this page and it will display my art and the art of artists I appreciate, whether they be established or otherwise. Any artist interested in displaying their art on this blog, please notify me by comment.

Call for Information

Now, I know that I will be considered too liberal and, to be quite honest, I don't care, but I would like to be informed when I speak or write. So to this end I would love to hear from people who consider themselves conservative and would like to enlighten me on the virtues of the Republican party. So, to all of those with opposing views, please send me articles, links or whatever other material you deem informative and truthful. The only requirement that I have for these counter point articles or links is that they only contain facts. I do not want statistics that were gathered by groups that might have an agenda based on religious beliefs or financial ties to any particular industry: For example, I wouldn't want any stats from the "God Hates Fags" people or the Intelligent Design people.

Now for those who lean more towards my opinions, I would appreciate the same as long as your sources meet the same requirements mentioned above.

Commonsense and Complacency

Commonsense and complacency, one of which America lacks while the other is both dangerously abundant and and growing, are just two of the factors that I think is leading our great nation in a perilous direction. A path that, given our recent history (Say the past 25-30 years), we will most likely continue to travel to our own destruction. Dramatic as this may sound, what evidence is there to the contrary? The answer most certainly does not lay in technology, which since the advent of the personal computer has simply been mostly bells and whistles. Don't misunderstand me, I do know that there are some extremely helpful inventions and ideas that have blossomed in the past fifty years that have actually served mankind as intended by the respective creators, but few have shaped society. And after all, society is what matters to humans most, because it is a civil society that the majority of us seek: One in which we can live our lives the way that pleases us the most, and why sho…