commentary / Perception

Fundamentalist Friday: What Everybody Knows, What You Believe, and the Truth

Narrative seems bigger today than it has in memory – mine, at least. Or maybe, with the end of the “mainstream media” monopoly on reporting, narrative has just become more obvious. When I say narrative, I mean NARRATIVE as in the adherence to a particular slant on telling stories – and I don’t mean fiction … Continue reading

commentary / news / Politics

Sum-it-up Sunday: Russia, Reset, Rhetoric, Revisionism

Our recent history with Russia has been… confusing. The Dems have been best buds with them since… way back. Secretary Hillary presented them with a RESET button to symbolize a new beginning of understanding between our nations. Mitt Romney was criticized in the 2012 election for saying that the Russians were our most serious geopolitical … Continue reading