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The Case for Textualism

The Case for Textualism

When it comes to the interpretation of the United States Constitution, there are two schools. One school is called Textualism and the other Living Constitutionalism. The first argues that the original intent, and the exact written words, should be what is adhered to....

Value of Human Life, Examined

Value of Human Life, Examined

Have you ever been in a situation where you saw that people died and thought, "Thank God it wasn't X"? It may have been a plane crash on a flight where someone you care about could have been a passenger but wasn't. Perhaps it was a violent attack near a loved one's...

Date Night Rebooted

Date Night Rebooted

After Nastassia and I got married, we quickly fell into a routine, as most newlyweds do. We both worked full-time jobs, and soon established Friday night as a sacred 'Date Nite'. Why Friday nights? You may assume that it was because Friday is a traditional night for a...

Why Felix the Cat is a Detective Hero

Why Felix the Cat is a Detective Hero

I was running an errand the other day in Downtown Los Angeles. As a big fan of classic Hollywood and detective fiction, I relish in the landmarks and mainstays, from the outdoor urban paradise of MacArthur Park to the crowds of bustling travelers at Union Station;...

Holmes Alone™ "On White Privilege"

Holmes Alone™ "On White Privilege"

If you've been following me on social media recently, you may have seen that I have launched a new vlog (video blog) originally entitled "Rob's Readings" due to the fact that each day I read some quotes from the book "637 Best Things Anybody Ever Said". Each vlog is...

All Hackers Are Phonies (Sort of)

All Hackers Are Phonies (Sort of)

Fixed fortifications are monuments to the stupidity of man. If mountain ranges and oceans can be overcome, then anything built by man can be overcome. ~ George S. Patton Let's face it. Unless you are trying to fix a busted drainpipe or something similar, your...

Eulogy for an Angel

Eulogy for an Angel

Last week, I flew back home to South Jersey to be with my family to attend the funeral for my Aunt Jutta "JJ" Holmes. I was honored for my cousins to ask my sister and me to stand in the receiving line with them as we accepted condolences. It was delightful to see the...

We Can End War. Here's How.

We Can End War. Here's How.

On September 21, 1987, then-President Ronald Reagan addressed the United Nations General Assembly with a message about world peace. I was seventeen years old and we were on the brink of nuclear war. That threat came to an end when the United States and Russia found...