What the schmuck am I trying to prove with my rewrapping of “A Nation Of Cowards” by Jeffrey R. Snyder?
I’m merely presenting the right-wing classic amidst links to my own left-wing tall ones in an offering of contrasts. If anybody even notices, Snyder’s classic freedom-of-arms essay, thus, is publicizing my extremely lesser known works on the links. Well, there’s a Sufi sermon too on one of the links. The Sufi sermon kind of fell in there by accident. I left it there cuz it’s relevant. Other than the sermon, what we have here on these links is, well, self-advertizing. What else can I say about it? Ahh, the art! The beautiful artwork discovered & dug-up in artist Genzoman’s deviantart.com gallery is enchanting & just right for the job!
Okay, okay, I’m the first one to admit that I am an idiot.
“A Nation of Cowards” is a classic, a coup d’ grace, a beautiful piece of writing on the freedom to bare firearms. Perhaps having dwelt throughout my lifetime in some fringes of conservative thought, I have a certain affinity with this essay. For example, I like westerns.
I think more left-wingers should be familiar with Snyder’s essay so that they aren’t so silly & redundant to right-wingers. And I’d like right wingers to enjoy my tall ones. And, of course, I’d like to see everybody get along & come up with solutions together. So there!
Am I making any sense? Please scroll on down. Maybe I am. I am. I am.