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Franciso Ferrer: Against Rewards and Punishments

October 13th marks the 113th anniversary of the Spanish state’s execution of the libertarian revolutionary Francisco Ferrer (1859-1909), who tried to establish “Modern Schools” in Spain, for boys and girls, that were rationalist and anti-authoritarian. 1,425 more words


Why The Name?

Hey Everyone.

This blog is dedicated to discussing different topics of how we as people, have more power than we think. Why? As my Deacon once told me, God is in the people. 817 more words


Letter to faraway friend

I was inspired to write this post after reading a post on my friend Kanika’s blog. I always give proper credit where it is due, so here is the link to the post on her blog that inspired me to write this one. 3,565 more words

A more perfect government

If somebody asked me what could be done to create the perfect government, I’d say the government would be perfect if it wasn’t sometimes corrupt and immoral sometimes in its dealings with citizens. 2,765 more words

The Spanish Revolution - 80th Anniversary

In Volume One of Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, I included a chapter on the Spanish Revolution that included writings from before and during the revolution regarding the Spanish anarchist movement and its role in the often misrepresented and sometimes ignored contributions of the anarchists to the social revolution in Spain that began with the Civil War that was precipitated by a fascist military coup on July 19, 1936. 990 more words


It Could Happen to You

I was abused and assaulted by Michigan State Troopers during Father’s Day weekend in 2011.

They refused to answer three simple questions — What is the purpose of this detainment? 640 more words


As Within, So Without

As Within, So Without. The Present Peril and Promise of Human Evolution

I am in a world that is in me.
– Paul Valéry

The world is in crisis. 1,107 more words

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