There are some things we cannot comprehend, and yet it is only human to ask questions, even if we are not using words.
No matter how many ridiculous incentives state or federal government offers, the question still remains: will people choose freedom or slavery?
In yet another sign of our artistically arid times, “Finch” gives us no glimpse into human nature or soul, and all attempts at it are extremely simplistic.
The viral nature of the “Let’s go, Brandon!” phenomenon should give us heart. Perhaps it is the unnatural speed of the totalitarian regime that will finally lead to its warp-speed undoing.
Lovecraft was a deeply philosophical writer, and his stories prove that probing into human consciousness can lead into the dark abyss that may or may not look back into us.
James Whale’s 1933 film adaptation of “The Invisible Man” is a powerful reminder of how much we need to see our own humanity to be fully human.
While Communism promised a new day for the workers, today’s COVID ideology offers no promises of a better life.
Understanding and accepting that toil and death are inevitable should, paradoxically, give us hope and gratitude.
Laughter and comedy represent the inner freedom that we all have, and that no totalitarian regime can touch and stain.
Only the strength of the human spirit and God can lead us out of any totalitarian system’s cruel labyrinth.
Big Tech and, in particular, social media is a huge player and a culprit in this effort at the annihilation of free will. But we can resist it.
Technology, in itself, is not evil. But what we do with it can be immoral.
Man ceases to be human once he accepts a metaphysical takeover by ideology.
What drives Bastašić’s often tender exploration of the unreliability of memory and friendship, is a sense of loss. There is nothing saccharine about this journey.
Science is just a word denoting an ideological push toward the dehumanization of children.
Political analysis today demands we go underneath an appearance of reality and seek out whether we are being fed propaganda.
In order to think freely once again, man must start to see the value in contemplative life.
Imagine nothingness. Imagine joylessness. Imagine life without love, mercy, faith, hope, and justice. This is the essence of the song “Imagine.” And it’s the essence of today’s globalist message.
Freedom does not exist in a collectivist society, and the only way that it can exist is if we reject collectivism, and affirm the idea of community.
Ryun’s book often reads like a spy novel or a thriller (which were also components to this fight), but what makes it truly palpable is emotion.