Neil Armstrong's Death Today Deprives Us of One of the Greatest Embodiments of American Exceptionalism. Neil Armstrong Most Dramatically Exemplified American Exceptionalism When He Was the First Human to Walk on the Moon on the Apollo 11 Mission on July 20, 1969.
Armstrong's death reminds of how much we need to recapture and re-engage American Exceptionalism to regain our preeminence in liberty, engineering, science and civilization.
Armstrong's Death Today Deprives Us of One of the Greatest Embodiments of
American Exceptionalism Most Dramatically Exemplified When He Was the First
Human to Walk on the Moon on the Apollo 11 Mission on July 20, 1969.
Jim is a proud descendant of 18th Century criminal exiles from England who swam to the Outer Banks when the British ship taking them to a Georgia penal colony sank in a storm near Cape Hatteras. Having the prescience to prevent their descendants from becoming "TarHeels," they immediately migrated to Virginia, where, within just a few generations they worked their way up into poverty. Jim's grandfather was the first in the family tree to see the distant horizons, but his career was cut short by severe injuries he sustained when a cousin cut down the tree.
After a brief stint in the Amry (ours) following graduation from law school, he began his legal career in the state bureaucracy but was never able to break into the federal bureaucracy. Several years later, he entered the private practice of law and co-founded a small law publishing company. Later, finding the publishing of small laws unstimulating and finding his private practice too private to be lucrative, he began writing political satire/commentary. His greatest vice is taking himself too seriously.
Although he regularly teaches Continuing Legal Education courses to lawyers, he's too-often available through he Rubber Chicken Speakers Bureau to speak on politics, satire, etc., at luncheons, dinners, root canals, funerals, etc. His speaking fees are so outrageously high they border on criminal price-gouging, but as a free-market advocate, he defends his fees on the higher moral ground of charging whatever the traffic will bear. For more information (surely more than one would want or need), go to www.PoliSat.Com.