The Noble Soldier

The Noble Soldier

What could be nobler than risking your life to protect those you love and to safeguard everything you hold sacred? We owe an immeasurable debt to those who take up arms to defend us. When we lay our heads on pillows at night, it’s because there’s a soldier somewhere...
Speech on World Capitalism Day at Hart Plaza

Speech on World Capitalism Day at Hart Plaza

Good afternoon, fellow Capitalists. My name is Jim Keena. I’m an author, a patriot, and a radical for Capitalism. I’m so passionate about Capitalism that I wrote a book. My novel, Insurrection Resurrection, is a resounding celebration of capitalism and freedom. It’s a...
A Song in Need of a Name

A Song in Need of a Name

A whisper of a song tickled my ears today A fleeting song, a growing song, a song that turned to flame A song that tugged and pulled and swept me away A haunting song, a siren song, a song in need of a name   I heard the gentle-fingered tinkling of ivory keys A...
Last Letter to Dad

Last Letter to Dad

June 17, 2007 Dear Dad: On Father’s Day, I think it is fitting that I share with you how thankful I am for all that you have meant to me as my father. I wish I had done this sooner and more often, but better late than never. Please make yourself comfortable and accept...
The Morality of Supply and Demand

The Morality of Supply and Demand

Abstract Supply and demand curves do not often inspire consideration of morality.  Economics includes obtuse theorems and calculations, which makes it easy for the deeper meaning of its concepts to escape attention.  But certain economic principles are so fundamental...
Tea Party: What the Future Holds

Tea Party: What the Future Holds

Assume, for the purpose of this discussion, that the Tea Party movement continues to significantly influence political outcomes through the 2010 primaries and general elections. In other words, assume that conservative-leaning candidates win their primaries, that Big...