Jace is a recovering engineer who, upon realizing that math, science, and programming cannot save the world, set out on a quest for the good life. Though his wife accuses him of being absentminded, he claims his ruminations on the writings of Edmund Burke are the reason for his habitual inattentiveness.
Jace is a life-long Texan currently serving as a lieutenant in the USAF (though the views he expresses are his own). His main interest lies in the intersection of realpolitik and theology (assuming they overlap), but he also enjoys economics, political philosophy, architecture and film. He earned his B.A. in Government and B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Before his military career he taught calculus in Honduras, worked in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, and studied as a Fellow at the John Jay Institute for Faith, Society and Law.
- Why No One Wants to be an Engineer
- Brad Paisley, Friedrich Nietzsche, and King Solomon
- An Occupation of Occupation
- In Defense of Brass Polishing
- Wise as Serpents: Statesmanship Among Snakes in Pennsylvania
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