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Last Thoughts on Leonard Cohen

Leonard Cohen has gone home without a burden at 82 years-old. I saw him in Austin, October 31st, 2012, with my dad. The Grand Tour, the last tour. There will … Continue Reading →


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Bob Dylan Quotes on God

  • By Max McNabb
  • 17 November, 2015
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This is a work in progress, a collection of some of my favorite Dylan quotes on spiritual matters. Check back later, because I’ll be adding more quotes frequently.   I don’t think … Continue Reading →


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Everything You Know Is Wrong: The Boston Tea Party

  What people call history is really myth. History is a tale told by bloody conquerors, failed novelists, and small town football coaches earning their keep in public schools. It’s … Continue Reading →


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Interview with Dr. Ron Paul

I recently had the honor of interviewing Dr. Ron Paul. He was kind enough to speak with me about the last days of the American empire and the situation with … Continue Reading →


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Max Evans Author Interview

  • By Max McNabb
  • 9 July, 2015
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The Western Writers of America held their 2015 Hall of Fame inductions at the Ranching Heritage Center in Lubbock, Texas. In earlier years, only writers deceased for at least a … Continue Reading →


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Western Writers of America Convention

  • By Max McNabb
  • 9 July, 2015
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Last June the Western Writers of America chose Lubbock, Texas, to host their annual convention. I covered the event for Metro Leader and was introduced to some of the kindest, … Continue Reading →


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The Power Brothers, WWI Draft Resisters

Old man Power didn’t want his sons to be cannon fodder in the First World War. Jeff Power told his boys, John and Tom, not to register for the draft. … Continue Reading →


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Order Without Law: Anarchy In the Old West

  • By Max McNabb
  • 27 April, 2015
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    The western is the great drama of man in nature. The frontier reveals man’s true character, stripped of state and civilization, for better or worse. Over the decades, … Continue Reading →


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The Persistence of Memory

  • By Max McNabb
  • 25 April, 2015
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      The Persistence of Memory In the 1980s, the evil empire invaded Afghanistan. So the US government trained and funded Osama bin Laden and the Mujahideen to terrorize … Continue Reading →


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The Church And The American Sniper

  • By Max McNabb
  • 20 April, 2015
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  Called “A Salute To a Hero,” Taya Kyle’s speaking engagement in Lubbock, Texas, on April 17th received national attention. Taya is the widow of Chris Kyle, subject of Clint … Continue Reading →