Dr. Aaron Kamugisha will be in Toronto for the launch of the following publications: Caribbean Political Thought: The Colonial State to Caribbean Internationalisms (Kingston: Ian Randle, 2013) and Caribbean Political Thought: Theories of the Post-Colonial State (Kingston: Ian Randle, 2013), edited by Aaron Kamugisha; and Caribbean Cultural Thought: From Plantation to Diaspora (Kingston: Ian Randle, 2013), edited by Yanique Hume and Aaron Kamugisha. 202 more words
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Henry Adams: “History of the United States of America: During the Second Administration of Thomas Jefferson” (Part Two)
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For a thousand years every step in the progress of England had been gained by sheer force of hand and will. In the struggle for existence the English people, favored by situation, had grown into a new human type,—which might be brutal, but was not weak; which had little regard for theory, but an immense and just respect for facts.
After much distraction I’m back to continue my review of Polystate: A Thought Experiment in Distributed Government (part 1 is here). But now that I think about it, this isn’t so much a review, as a book club (of one…) where I respond to the book. 717 more words
I am so very overwhelmed by the love and support that my dear friends and family have showed me these last couple of weeks! I am especially overwhelmed by the love and the blessings that God has bestowed on my life! 481 more words
Zach Weinersmith of SMBC comics just published Polystate: A Thought Experiment in Distributed Government. I’ve started reading it and immediately needed to start commenting. Before I get into the review, let me say that SMBC comics is an excellent web comic that everyone should read. 541 more words
Government mandates lead to higher costs, which lead to less eating out, which lead to restaurant closures, which lead to greater dependence on government. A vicious cycle….