Douglas R. Satterfield

Hello. I provide one article every day. My writings are influenced by great thinkers such as Friedrich Nietzsche, Karl Jung, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Jean Piaget, Erich Neumann, and Jordan Peterson, whose insight and brilliance have gotten millions worldwide to think about improving ourselves. Thank you for reading my blog.

Author Archives: Douglas R. Satterfield

Radical Leftists’ Obsession Over Symbols

By | June 18, 2024

[June 18, 2024]  In my preoccupation studying totalitarian regimes, their military systems, governmental policies, and ideologies, one of the more fascinating ideas that keep cropping up is their obsession over symbols.  This idea of the fear of or attraction to symbols is a particularly strong feature of radical leftist political ideas. The old flag that I’m using as… Read More »

Why We Love Our War Memorials

By | June 15, 2024

[June 15, 2024]  I’ve often been asked, “Why are you building this World War II memorial?” “Why are you going to all that trouble and spending all that money?”  Or some similar questions.  I answered that this is how we honor those 16 million who served during WWII and show our respect.  The more I’ve thought about it,… Read More »

The Nashville School Shooter’s Manifesto

By | June 13, 2024

[June 13, 2024] After a 14-month-long censorship of Nashville Christian school shooter Audrey Elizabeth Hale’s manifesto by police and the FBI, local news outlets released parts of her writings. Ben Johnson from The Washington Stand gives us a good analysis of the depravity of Audrey’s descent into the madness of transgender ideology. “The handwritten entries, which deeply reflect… Read More »

Israel Rescues Four Hostages: the Response

By | June 10, 2024

[June 10, 2024]  This past Saturday, Israeli forces freed four hostages held by Hamas during a raid into a central Gazan “refugee camp.”  A New York Post story details much of the operation and its audaciousness and brilliance.   Any average person would consider this rescue fantastic news and an excellent example of good overcoming evil. But that was… Read More »