Resolutions For the New Year
1) I will read more serious books and fewer stupid weblogs. I suggest you do the same. Shut down Dow Blog and pick up a book. I read a Rushdoony book on a recent drive to Michigan and am currently reading Rush's "The Politics of Guilt and Pity." Speaking of the politics of guilt and pity, I'm also perusing Norman Finkelstein's "The Holocaust Industry." Maybe I should also finally get to those books in the basement that every educated person should have read already.
2) I will study more theology. This is a companion of number 1.
3) I hope to post more consistently--not more, just more consistently. The kids make it difficult to post daily, but 15 to twenty posts a month, or at least every other day, would be sufficient if the posts are of decent quality.
4) I hope to write more about the immigration issue this year. Immigration is an absolutely vital component in the continuing transformation of our nation into a banana republic. Webzines such as VDARE do a fabulous job covering the issue, but I would like to throw my two cents in with greater frequency.
5) I hope to be more optimistic. As a Christian with increasingly postmillenial tendencies, I'm certain how the game ends. I ought to act like it.