Category Archives: Elections

Schrödinger’s Senator

     If you ask an ardent Trump supporter, Senator Dean Heller (R-NV) is a RINO who plotted to save Obamacare and otherwise serve as a minion to Democrats. "We are never going to #MAGA unless we have people who will support … Continue reading

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The Transparent Façade of Venezuelan Democracy

     Rather than immanentize the eschaton and bring forth a democratic socials revolution of peace and prosperity, Venezuela has been slowly and perpetually sliding into civil war and all the chaos attendant thereto.      Questions have been raised of whether there is … Continue reading

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Progressive Privilege of Privacy

     If one is in a true position of “institutional privilege & power”, then one does not fear being outspoken; if one does not have this “institutional privilege & power” and dares say something not approved of those who do have … Continue reading

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California and the Outing of Thought Criminals

     Those with real institutional power and privilege are not afraid of being punished for telling lies. Those with real institutional power and privilege are not afraid of retribution from the baying mobs for expressing “incorrect” ideas. Clearly, those with real … Continue reading

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While The Worst are Full of Passionate Intensity

     Rousseau’s Volonté Générale presumes that there is a general and common will amongst the collective of a nation. While the concept of a “General Will” is a fanciful notion of a false god, and readily dismissed previously, it nonetheless can … Continue reading

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Progressives’ Hypocritical Hydra

     The Progressive movement functions not a singular conspiratorial will, but as a Stand Alone Complex with multimple overlapping organizations and groups which, like a Hydra, not only cover for each other, but result in many more groups and organizations springing … Continue reading

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San Francisco No Longer Belongs to Americans

     Citizenship ought to mean something. At present, the right to serve on a jury, the right to elected office, and the right to vote, are generally the only rights reserved for citizens.      Citizenship is an indicator of being a full-fledged … Continue reading

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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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