Oliver Olinger column
Oliver J. Olinger, 24, spent four years in the Marine Corps at the Defense Language Institute, where he served as an Arabic Linguist and assisted in the development of an Arabic Grammar / Computer Assisted Studies department. He is interested in philosophy, writing, and film-making and would like to become a successful conservative film director. He can be contacted at OJOdirector@aol.com
July 22, 2003
Time and time again, I've heard a number of conservative commentators, radio hosts, analysts, etc., complain about "liberal Hollywood." What they should be . . .
July 6, 2003
Almost everyone is familiar with the Aristotelian syllogism: If A=B and B=C then A=C. However, the difficulty lies (under the label of liberalism) in the . . .
June 13, 2003
Have you ever heard someone say, "Every family should just have one kid so we can fix the population problem." Assuming you're in the mood to win an argument . . .
Palestinian word games
June 2, 2003
The current "Road Map" to peace provides a pristine example of the very weaknesses that our enemy is exploiting. They are using our inherent sympathies for the . . .
The minimum standard: inaction
May 16, 2003
As we continually devalue religion, and consequently the high standards involved with religion, we usher in an era of constantly dropping minimum standards. In . . .
The bigotry of the anti-cannibalist on July 4th, 2015 (a satire)
May 10, 2003
Recently, a certain right-wing extremist senator (who needs no introduction) compared cannibalism to murder, rape, and thievery. This vicious attack on a . . .
March 13, 2003
The word science generally suggests a degree of study, research, observation, and experimenting aimed toward advancing human society. Most recently, however, . . .
The New Crusade
February 18, 2003
Any attempt at finding irrefutable proof of links between Iraq (or any other Muslim nation) and the Al-Qaeda terrorist network is an exercise in futility, as . . .