What the 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show and the Commercials Say about America

Telling – that’s what comes to mind in an attempt to personify this year’s Super Bowl ads and its infamous halftime performance. Some buddies and I sat down to watch the game, the San Francisco 49ers confronting the Kansas City … Continue reading What the 2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show and the Commercials Say about America

American Watchmen Newsletter: Prolonged Impeachment, ISIS Videos on TikTok, and Calfornia Fires

House Democrats think impeachment probing could last longer than anticipated Some Democrats involved in the proceedings had hoped for a conclusion to the inquiry ending in a vote toward impeaching President Trump by Thanksgiving. However, due to further leads offered … Continue reading American Watchmen Newsletter: Prolonged Impeachment, ISIS Videos on TikTok, and Calfornia Fires

Tolkien’s Aragorn Would Not Be in Favor of the LGBTQ Lobby

It is conceivable, and even more so, it is logical for an author to bestow those attributes which he or she feels to be honorable upon a benevolent protagonist. This includes the personality traits of such a character. Though genuinely … Continue reading Tolkien’s Aragorn Would Not Be in Favor of the LGBTQ Lobby

Disproving the Accusations of Racism in “The Lord of the Rings”

In late 2018, Andy Duncan, a sci-fi writer whose works include An Agent of Utopia and On 20468 Petercook, discussed his concern regarding what he felt to be racist remarks found in J.R.R. Tolkien’s telling of The Lord of the Rings. While being interviewed on a Wired podcast, he … Continue reading Disproving the Accusations of Racism in “The Lord of the Rings”