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Politics as She Is

Socialism as preached in the 1890s was supposed to bring utopia. Instead, beginning in 1919 it brought Communist dictatorships, mass starvation and the return of slavery. 591 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values

Suppose they gave a war...

Suppose they gave a war on women’s rights and nobody came? The Republican party is trying to stage the experiment. Their platform shrieks for 6% of its 36,000-word platform in carpet-biting rage against pregnant women having the same rights as all other individuals.   564 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values

The Cross of Scold

The People’s Party got nearly 9% of the vote–six times the spread between winner and loser–in 1892. This frightened the Donkey and Elephant parties into making all individuals into beasts of burden under the income tax–a tax that was in neither of their platforms. 582 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values

Millennials Like Socialism; Believe Bush Responsible for more Deaths than Stalin

The people of the united States have participated in many military conflicts.  Some at home and others abroad.  Through all these wars, the driving force was defending freedom, liberty and independence from ideologies and forces that sought to remove these basics from societies across the globe.  1,099 more words

The Tea Party Effect

Third parties have historically been harmful. The exception was the Liberal Party of 1930, which jolted the Democrats into plunking down for repeal of the prohibition laws that destroyed the economy and caused the Great Depression. 498 more words

Political Economy And Ethical Values



“Truth never damages a cause that is just.”
Mahatma Gandhi

In this writing, I would like to shortly summarise the narrative of Gideon’s Trumpet; then, mention why the case is important for law and justice. 474 more words


Herbert Hooverville Economics, 2007

The Republicans lost the presidential election even before 2007 by ramping up the faith-based asset-forfeiture looting “intended” to enforce prohibition laws creating victimless crimes. Herbert Hoover enforced nearly identical laws using policies and Executive Orders with exactly the same… 417 more words