“If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.”
― George Washington
Faria: A Constitutional Convention — Not the Way to Amend the U.S. Constitution!
Recently, Bill Ferguson, a local columnist in The Macon Telegraph, opined it is “time to call for a new constitutional convention.” To make his points,
When Rejecting Orthodoxy Becomes a Mental Illness by Russell L. Blaylock, M.D.
A recent article appearing in the magazine Scientific American Mind caught my attention as a perfect example as to how science (scientism) is being used
Caesar’s Women — McCullough’s Idolatry and Politics in Ancient Rome
Caesar’s Women (1997) is the fourth installment of the “Masters of Rome” historical book series by novelist Colleen McCullough. The complete series spans the period
Violence, mental illness, and the brain — A brief history of psychosurgery: Part 3 — From deep brain stimulation to amygdalotomy for violent behavior, seizures, and pathological aggression in humans
Abstract — In the final installment to this three-part, essay-editorial on psychosurgery, we relate the history of deep brain stimulation (DBS) in humans and glimpse
Fortune’s Favorites in Ancient Rome — Sulla, Pompey, Crassus and Caesar
Fortune’s Favorites is the third installment of the fascinating “Masters of Rome” series of historical novels by famed Australian novelist Colleen McCullough. The 878-page book
The Grass Crown — Ancient Rome: Marius vs Sulla and the Marsian Wars!
The magnificent “Masters of Rome” series of historic fiction by novelist Colleen McCullough continues down the annals of the Roman Republic with the notable careers