A caustic sea of corruption

by Craige McMillan -- Perhaps I'm the only one. As I ponder national and world events, which is what I have done for too long, I am increasingly confused. Why are these more…

And the winner is ... Government!

by Craige McMillan -- One would think that with about 6,000 years of recorded history to draw upon, someone, somewhere, would have written down the various scams governments have used throughout those more…

What if stupidity is genetic?

by Craige McMillan -- Dr. John Sanford, a retired plant geneticist who turned his attention to human genetics after retirement, has said the human genome is deteriorating at one or two percent more…

The triumph of Chamberlain over Churchill

by Craige McMillan -- Some thoughts on Paris, mainly quotations with my commentary, for your consideration: "I believe it is peace for our time." – Sept. 30. 1938. According to the BBC, more…

Paradise lost

by Craige McMillan -- "How beautiful it all seemed at the time of the Enlightenment, that man triumphant would bring to pass that earthly paradise whose groves of academe would ensure the more…

Sony? What about congressional hack attack?

by Craige McMillan -- There is a public sense that hackers work quickly and quietly, tapping away at keyboards across the ocean, destroying an organization or company from within before anyone realizes more…

Hollywood's real problem

by Craige McMillan -- Hollywood's real problem isn't stupidly. It's hypocrisy. "Hypocrisy can afford to be magnificent in its promises, for never intending to go beyond promise, it costs nothing." – Edmund more…

'White guilt' becomes 'white privilege'

by Craige McMillan -- "In brainwashing and the eliciting of confessions, the physiological importance of inducing a sense of guilt and conflict can hardly be over emphasized." – William Sargant, "Battle for more…