Douglas R. Satterfield

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The Three Stooges: Ivy League Presidents

By | December 8, 2023

[December 8, 2023]  The Three Stooges, a popular slapstick comedy from 1922 to 1970, is about three guys getting into constant trouble because of their stupidity.  On Tuesday of this week, three Ivy League presidents testified in front of the U.S. Congress.  Their inept performance showed the world that they are the three stooges of this century.  Why? … Read More »

Piers Morgan on Harry & Meghan

By | December 6, 2023

[December 6, 2023]  My wife accuses me of shooting fish in a barrel when discussing the failures of “celebrities.”  My sister says I’m picking on retards, and it’s unseemly.  But this time, I’m merely quoting Piers Morgan on his recent comments about stripping race-baiting hypocrites Harry and Meghan of their royal titles.  Leave it to a Brit to… Read More »

Holden Amenta: the Kid Hero

By | December 5, 2023

[December 5, 2023]  Nine year old Holden Amenta is a kid hero.  He is a superfan of the Kansas City Chiefs, a professional football team (you might have heard of them) and one that Holden goes all-out to support.  The team colors are black and red.  Recently a black sports writer accused young Holden of being a racist… Read More »

Letters to My Granddaughter, No. 40

By | December 4, 2023

[December 4, 2023] My great aunt Marie Tabor was a beautiful woman, tall, energetic, smart, articulate, motivated, and dedicated to my Mom.  She was the sister of my maternal Bigmama (Grandmother Blankenship).  Aunt Rea lived her entire life in Little Rock, Arkansas, in a classic upscale neighborhood and was a hairdresser.  She had no children, which may be… Read More »

The Scar Experiment and Victimhood

By | December 3, 2023

[December 3, 2023]  A 1985 social science experiment by Drs. Robert Kleck and Christopher Strenta have been getting their deserved recognition (article link here) lately in media circles.  I bring this up mostly to credit these scientists for telling us something most people already know.  Their study is called the Scar Experiment.  Here is the conclusion in the… Read More »