Category Archives: Elections

Venezuela’s Socialist Utopia: Chaos and a Coming Constitutional Coup

     The alleged socialist utopia that is Venezuela is facing chaos and protests. This was foreseen. It is now coming to pass. Perhaps, at this point, ‘twould be a blessing to face a Soviet-style collapse. Fate is likely to not be … Continue reading

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California and the Censoring of Doubleplusungood Political Internet Speech

     A bill was introduced this year to the California Assembly, AB 1104, bans “false” or “deceptive” statements on the internet having to do with any candidate or ballot measure. The relevant text of the proposed measure: “Section 18320.5 is added … Continue reading

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The Greater the Democracy, the Less the People’s Consent

Whither the Republic?      An interesting, of not accurate, observation was made recently, that despite more and more people being able to democratically participate in electing representatives and officials, there is an increased sense that those same elected officials rule without … Continue reading

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Venezuela on a Knife’s Edge

     The growing socialist dictatorship in Venezuela hit a speedbump briefly when the opposition to Venezuelan President Maduro gained a (disputed) supermajority in the legislature. Despite this, Maduro’s power grab had proceeded unabated, if not outright accelerated.      The Venezuelan Supreme Court, … Continue reading

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Legislating Party Tonight!

“No man’s life, liberty or property are safe while the Legislature is in session.”      — Gideon John Tucker      What, then, could the combination of legislative power plus the power of alcohol bring? “When asked […] what she found most surprising … Continue reading

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The Federalization of Redistricting

     Gerrymandering is a political tradition in America, dating back to the time of the Founding Fathers—and going back in before that for centuries in England. It is considered an ugly thing—at least by those out of power—that is seen as … Continue reading

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The Modern Mamluks of America

     Not limiting themselves to violent riots or histrionic temper tantrums, the institutional Left is refusing to acknowledge that an outsider at odds with them dares claim their power to rule. Bureaucrats have decided to join the so-called #TheResistance and run … Continue reading

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Obama, Just Go Away

     A bit over eight years ago, a majority of American voters were entranced by an allegedly post-racial, and factually post-male, Barack Obama. Eight years later, America thoroughly rejected everything Obama stood for and the Democrat Party that prostituted themselves for … Continue reading

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The Resistance: Because Once Again Dissent Is Considered Patriotic

     When George W. Bush was President, dissent was the highest for of Patriotism. After Barack Obama was elected, dissent quickly became not only treasonous, but also racist. Now that the President will soon again be affiliated with the doubleplusungood Republicans, … Continue reading

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One Close Election Balances Another

     Last November, Bloomberg’s anti-2nd Amendment brigade outspent pro-2nd Amendment lovers and passed, by less than 1%, a flawed anti-2nd Amendment initiative measure that required FBI background checks for almost transfers of possession of firearms, even temporary ones amongst people at … Continue reading

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