Here is a batch of links for my friends:
In these three pieces, James has distilled the nature of violence and its trajectory. You will not find another writer who has the deep understanding of human aggression. Most Americans today can't even recognize open attacks on themselves.
Why are there no questions about the last time you saw your illegitimate children?
The Civil War has so many factions, it's hard to keep track. SJW police, ex-mil police, rainbow people, cop killing innocents, etc., etc.
Even a seeming lack of luck -- no big break, yet no great calamities, is a type of luck. Learn more about Crackpot Cosmology and don't forget to follow the Taboo You Faceberg page for more interesting comments and nice pictures (Frazetta girls).
I completely understand where Red is coming from, but the basic conservative impulse--"You leave me alone and I'll leave you alone," is a disastrous strategy when the other side has control of your children and absolutely no intention of leaving you alone.
The Baltimore Sun has some great reporters, but the purpose of the paper is not to inform the local residents of local news.
It seems Wolfe employs ancient literary devices to good effect. And a movie review, to help you select your weekend entertainment, The Last Hard Men.