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Let me be the first to warn you of the wailing about to commence at an even higher pitch that the system is rigged to favor the wealthy when Bernie Sander’s ‘revolution’ fails the numbers test required of any political … Continue reading
“The South was created by the need to protect a peculiar institution from threats originating outside the region,” the Southern historian Sheldon Hackney writes in his essay “Southern Violence” (1969). Consequently, “the Southern identity has been linked from the first … Continue reading
When you set out to bemoan the state of political events, as people do with great frequency on social media, it’s a good idea to understand the political realities you are confronting. When a populist, liberal political wave captured by … Continue reading
Real travel for adventure isn’t for those who like to be prearranged. The real travel adventure lies in improvising through a series of choices that come up once you’ve decided where you are going and how you’re going to get there. … Continue reading
The difference between journeying and travel is carried in the root definitions of the two words. Journey comes from the French ‘jorneè’ meaning ‘of a day’s travel’, or work; the root of the word ‘travel’ being from the French: ‘travail’, … Continue reading