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The Dangers of a More Perfect Union

When the Founding Fathers gathered in Philadelphia in the late spring of 1787, they all well understood both the strengths and glaring inadequacies of the Articles of Confederation (1777). 1,055 more words


Basic Income: What it is and why we need it

The state of things

I don’t think it is unfair to say that society, as it currently stands, has rather a lot of issues. For one we seem increasingly divided. 3,367 more words

Monday August 7, 2017

I need to design some new courses. What are some topics worth teaching that won’t make me want to blow my brains out? “Literature and the Practice of Everyday Life,” with generous helpings of Thoreau and the Situationists; maybe a sprinkling of documents from the New Games movement of the 1970s? 610 more words

The Psychosis of Europe's Utopians. Sweden Unveils Girls-Only Festival to Avoid Rape

When common sense vacates, it takes the collective mind with it.

Sweden Unveils Girls-Only Festival to
Avoid Rape


The Prodigal Europeans

And he said, A certain man had two sons: And the younger of them said to his father, Father, give me the portion of goods that falleth to me. 2,045 more words

Blood Faith

Depopulation the Reason for Anti-family LGBT Movements & Assault on Gender

When Malthusians Become Messiah

 by Phillip D. Collins, August 27th, 2009

Nowadays, anyone and everyone who raises a disparaging word about the Obama Administration’s policies is immediately assigned the stigma of “alarmist,” “scaremonger,” or “paranoid.” Perhaps such stigmas are actually applicable in some cases, like Genesis Communications Network radio talk show host Alex Jones and Fox News talk show host Glenn Beck. 1,184 more words