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Free Speech: A Definition of Terms

     To many, the idea that so-called “Hate Speech” isn’t “Free Speech” has been a nonsensical notion. How can one have freedom of speech if the state can censor particular negative utterances?      Oh, there is no right to yell “fire” in … Continue reading

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When in the Course of Human Events…

Action of Second Continental Congress, July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America WHEN in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them … Continue reading

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Happy Flag Day, 2017

     Happy Flag Day!      There are many historical flags associated with the United States, particularly during the War of Independence.      One such flag is the Moultrie Flag: “The Liberty flag was designed, by commission, in 1775 by Colonel William Moultrie, to … 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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How To Innovate Without Reinventing The Wheel

     It seems almost inevitable with government, that increasingly it takes longer to get less but with greater cost. Red tape and bureaucracy, combined with an obsession of reinventing the wheel, so as to speak, throttles innovation and development, as well … 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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No Alt-Right for Sane Men

     Many of the so-called Alt-Right fancy themselves partakers of the “red pill” to achieve their equivalent of being “woke” (Alt-Woke, so as to speak). They eschew the wisdom of those who know better and embrace the ideological framework of their … Continue reading

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American Governance and the Future of Conservatism

     What will become of America and the future of her governance? Moreover, what will be America, and what does that mean? Is it something to be conserved and forfended against by stewards of the public trust, being left to thrive … Continue reading

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