Principles, Linear Existence, and Deep Space Nine

by baldilocks One of the many reasons that Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was my favorite of the several Trek incarnations was its pilot episode “Emissary.” In it, we first meet Commander Benjamin Sisko, a widower, the father of a young son, Jake, and previously, the first officer of the USS Saratoga which was destroyed … Continue reading Principles, Linear Existence, and Deep Space Nine

My Question for Mickey Kaus

At Instapundit there is a piece on the CNN Marco Rubio Kerfuffle that includes a quote from Mickey Kaus via Twitter: I assume ppl have already speculated this is just a cunning ploy to lower expectations (Team Rubio's specialty) https://t.co/v363jiQ80a— Mickey Kaus (@kausmickey) March 8, 2016 Because it is twitter rather than his own blog … Continue reading My Question for Mickey Kaus

The Future belongs to those who show up: Totally Unrelated Update

Guess who's showing up in Germany Every dot on this map marks a refugee housing accomodation. You are now witnessing the death of Germany pic.twitter.com/0hAspRy205— Jani (@yueyuea) March 7, 2016 Of course if Europe in general & Germany in particular was what it once was, Practicing christians who were fruitful and multiplied, then it wouldn't … Continue reading The Future belongs to those who show up: Totally Unrelated Update