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Killing the Thing You Love

Killing the Thing We Love by Andy Joppa   “They never will love where they ought to love, who do not hate where they ought to hate.” Edmund Burke   This essay may be rejected by many and, for some, will likely cause outrage.  I believe; however, my philosophic meandering will clarify many of the problems we face in modern America. ... Read More »

Democrat “Science” is Political Ideology

Democrat “Science” is Political Ideology by Andy Joppa   “A reliable way to make people believe in falsehoods is frequent repetition, because familiarity is not easily distinguished from truth. “ ― Daniel Kahneman, Thinking, Fast and Slow   Most who know me…or of me…consider me to be a Conservative.  I do not define myself that way.  However, I generally accept ... Read More »

America’s Darkest Hour

America’s “Darkest Hour” by Andy Joppa   “You ask, what is our aim? I can answer in one word. It is victory, victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory, however long and hard the road may be; for without victory, there is no survival.” ― Winston S. Churchill   When I was a young university student in ... Read More »

The Most Important Diversity

The Most Important Diversity by Andy Joppa   “Manhood coerced into sensitivity is no manhood at all.” —-Camille Paglia   Research has emerged from Brunel University, where a study was performed on men, measuring everything from their strength, height, weight and even bicep circumference. What the university found was that the physically inferior men tended to be the ones who ... Read More »

Considering the FBI

by Andrew Joppa “That job should not be a political job. We should not be hearing very publicly from the leader of the FBI.” Pam Bondi It is time we give serious consideration to the disbanding of the Federal Bureau of investigation. This does not suggest ending many of their essential functions. It does mean eliminating the bureaucracy of the ... Read More »

The Bigotry of Low Expectations – Andrew Joppa

There are many ways that bigotry can be demonstrated. The major bastion of bigotry that remains, and perhaps its most insidious form, is the bigotry of low expectations. This manifests itself within a presumption that a group is so inherently inferior that it must be treated in a manner that creates allowances for their inadequacies. Within this model, there is ... Read More »

Meaningful Programs to Fight Homelessness in Florida

By Robert Ehrlich and Vann Ellison Florida faces significant challenges of homelessness relative to its large population, but has made measurable progress in recent years in reducing numbers of individuals on the streets. Credit should go to Gov. Rick Scott’s solid economic performance that markedly increased employment levels and to the good people at state and local social services agencies. ... Read More »

Building a Stronger Cage – Andrew Joppa (1/12)

  If dangerous animals escape from a zoo it is critical that they be recaptured and subdued. That, however, is not enough. They must be returned to their cage. Even that is not enough. Their cage must be made stronger and more escape proof than ever before. It must be assured that these wild animals can never escape again. The ... Read More »

What Trump Brings to the Elections – Andrew Joppa (9/14)

For many years I was involved with corporate consulting. Much of my activity dealt with the issue of corporate culture. “Culture” being those unwritten rules of behavior that determine and color most of the decisions that are made in an organization. There was generally one of two damaging scenarios that presented themselves. The most common was where the current cultural ... Read More »

Reading by the Numbers – Andrew Joppa (9/11)

I offer the following as an assessment of Islamic thought pertaining to jihad and its implications that must be measured in considering the vast number of refugees flooding the West, mostly Muslims. Our Western filter, when it exists at all, is set at screening out the active terrorists among them. The assessment that follows, however, makes clear it doesn’t matter ... Read More »