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Tyranny, Trump and Timothy Snyder

Timothy Snyder, a historian of the Hitler-Stalin era, has written an eloquent and heartfelt little book—On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons From the Twentieth Century 1,285 more words


The Monomania of Identity Politics

This in Epoch Times

It was about power. And everything to the postmodernists is about power. And that’s actually why they’re so dangerous, because if you’re engaged in a discussion with someone who believes in nothing but power, all they are motivated to do is to accrue all the power to them, …

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Regressive Left

Sweden May Use Police to Force Home Schoolers into Public School

 [6/24/17/ HSLDA]  National education authorities in Sweden are telling local officials to use force if necessary to get the Sandberg family’s homeschooled children into a traditional school. 701 more words


Key Topic 1: The Nature of Government

1.1 Autocracy, dictatorship and totalitarianism

  • Nature of rule in Russia from 1855-1964.
  • Tsarist and Communist aims, ambitions, fears and concerns.
  • Similarities and differences in leadership between Tsars, Communists and individuals.
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Nature Of Government

Germany Begins Raiding Homes For “Freedom”

Source: ActivistPost.com
Dawn Luger
June 21, 2017

In the ever increasing global creep toward totalitarianism, some nations are stepping up punishments for their civilians caught using social media for free speech. 617 more words


Who is Totalitarian?

My posts don’t normally get into politics. I do point out problems caused by Big Government, and warn people to be on guard against expanding government, but I don’t normally get into the D versus R thing. 1,203 more words


Reason and the Post-Human

by Daniel A. Kaufman

In “Excessive Reason,” an essay I published in these pages last year, I argued that mainline philosophy is characterized by a pervasive and systematic rationalism, the main characteristics of which I summarized as follows: 6,846 more words