Carufel's essay is probably best read as a speculative work, perhaps even as a short story fantasy written for the sorts of survivalists that are eagerly anticipating some sort of Zombie Apocalypse or the violent overthrow of the government or both.
Beginning with a serious-minded quote from Benjamin Franklin, Carufel then lapses into a cheerfully meandering diatribe that blames big phrama for everything, including possibly the popularity of King. To sum up Carufel's essay, 'more guns is good, Stephen King is bad, and big phamras is really, really bad (in that they're to blame for all conspiracies, except for the ones possibly started by King).
If you're looking for a laugh, I suppose, Carufel's essay may entertain... keyword may. It's more likely Carufel's rant will simply leave you feeling slightly depressed as this, seemingly, is what passes for American modernity.