Category Archives: democracy

Politics is not for mental or emotional therapy

The biggest political mistake that black voters make is to use politics as a form of emotional therapy. ‘We shall overcome.’ ‘Speak truth to power.’ ‘Keep hope (and hype) alive.’ ‘Suing for social justice.’ All these initiatives whether pursued in … Continue reading

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How white supremacy survived the Civil War

The Civil War was a battle between two factions of white supremacists. The South lost on the battlefield, but the social policy of white supremacy survived. Today’s white liberals and progressives maintain their share of the political marketplace by arguing … Continue reading

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The alt-right grinds out political market share

Charlottesville exposed an inconvenient truth about multiculturalism. It is a lie. A country has only one culture, and while it may be orchestrated by a minority made up of oligarchs, it is expressed by the majority of the population. Multiculturalism … Continue reading

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Of Oligarchs, Buffers, and Democracy

The only benefit that democracy and government provide is that in combination they serve as a buffer between the warring factions of oligarchs with voters playing the pawns in a war for political influence. Most of the abuses suffered by … Continue reading

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The anarcho-capitalist perspective on net neutrality. Keep the State out

Today the Federal Communications Commission voted on a notice of proposed rule making that repeals net neutrality rules put in place by the Commission in 2015. The rules classified broadband access services as a telecommunications service, taking it out of … Continue reading

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A good political chuckle …

I am sometimes amused when some people refer to me as a conservative and a few others refer to me as a liberal when I assess the current state of American political affairs. I am neither for I stopped being … Continue reading

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The Apolitical State

The State organizes a nation’s resources for efficient, effective, and profitable exploitation with returns going to: 1. The State, in the form of tax revenues, government jobs, power, and prestige; 2. Bond holders, in the form of coupon payments; and … Continue reading

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A more precise preamble to the American Constitution

“We the Investors in the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Corporation, establish Contract, Property, Tort, and Criminal Law, insure domestic Tranquility by regulating the behavior of our Wage Earners and Slaves (otherwise known as Citizens), provide … Continue reading

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American government was never designed to help blacks

The emotional responses by black Americans to media’s depiction of Donald Trump is getting annoying. Black Americans drank a lot of the symbolism in the Obama Kool-Aid in the last eight years, so much so that using a portrait of … Continue reading

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The Democrats continue signaling their anti-liberty ways

Tom Perez should be on his way to the airport now, having secured the chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee in an election here in Atlanta. Mr Perez, the former U.S. secretary of labor under former president Barack Obama, beat … Continue reading

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