Tag Archive | morality

Don’t Stay Home

Don’t Stay Home

Life’s too short to watch Presidential debates. That’s always been my philosophy. In the past it’s worked. I knew who I was going to vote for at the end of the primary. My thoughts on the opposing party’s candidates have always made it easy to cheer on and campaign for my candidate. This year, I’m […]

Avoiding the Morality Motif

Avoiding the Morality Motif

This post is a cry for help instead of offering a solution and I would really appreciate your input. I’ll keep it short so you can spend more time commenting based on your experience as reader or writer. So, a mentor recently pointed out a habit I have writing stories that take an immoral character […]

Confessions of a So-called Right-Wing Extremist

Sure, when given the choice of political parties, I’ll mark “Republican”, but it’s about as definitive to me as when they ask my race and give me the choice of “Hispanic, Pacific Islander, African American, 13 Native American tribes, Caucasian/white and other” to choose from. Apparently the only ones worth closer quantification are the “minorities”. […]