Bill Whittle has posted again. I don't check on him daily any more, just once every couple of weeks. His latest post is dated June 3, so I'm not that far behind.
He says his latest hiatus has been due to the writing of a screenplay, but that in the mean time he has also written some essays (in his head) soon to be posted. With respect to the screenplay, I hope he sells it, retains creative control, and makes a freaking fortune off of it.
With respect to his essays, I'm most eagerly awaiting those:
THE REPUBLIC OF EMOTION -- How schools and modern teaching methods prepare us to be a society of self-centered crybabies without a clue as to how to think critically and act like adults."The Republic of Emotion" piece sounds like a bookend for The George Orwell Daycare Center. I very much look forward to seeing what he has to say on the subject. Same too for "The Plague." That topic concerns me greatly. Hell, I want to read 'em all.
LIFEBOAT -- immigration and why the Melting Pot whips the Mosaic hands down and twice on Sunday.
THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT -- The long-promised Global Warming essay, less about the science and more about the aneurism of politics and control that gives a very big lever to some very bad people.
THE WEIGHT OF OUR SKINS -- A look at race, now that the Great Uniter has healed my soul.
THE PLAGUE -- Civilizations rise and fall, and the pattern is always the same. Why? I think I may have an idea. And there may be a way around it.
Welcome back, Bill. We've missed ya!