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Socialist Darwinism

Socialist Darwinism

by Robert E. Wright Occasionally, a human being of more than median understanding of the social world will say to me something like “Libertarianism smacks too much of Social Darwinism.” Such comments always strike me as absurd because all environments, including social(ist) ones, create selective pressures. In other words, societies necessarily encourage the reproductive success […]

Oxnard, CA | Water Shortage: What The City Is Not Doing

Oxnard, CA | Water Shortage: What The City Is Not Doing

by Lawrence Stein   It is my understanding that there are over 43,000 residential water customers. Historically, staff has stated that the typical household uses 1/2-acre foot of water per year. It is my recollection of documents I saw around 2010, the top 5 industrial users of water used 5,000-acre feet of water per year […]

The Door John Durham Bust Open

The Door John Durham Bust Open

By Roger Stone | Roger Stone’s Blog Author LIAM FORD Understanding the possible implications of Russiagate Special Counsel John Durham’s recent indictment of prominent Democrat lawyer, and Perkins Coie LLP partner, Michael Sussman requires a refresher on one of the great Government/media exercises in mass hypnosis in American history. Perkins Coie is, of course, the Seattle-based law […]

Colin Powell, Former Secretary Of State, Dead At 84 Of COVID Complications

Colin Powell, Former Secretary Of State, Dead At 84 Of COVID Complications

By WND News Services FOX NEWS) — Gen. Colin Powell, the influential former secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who played a pivotal policy role during the administration of then-President George W. Bush, died Monday at 84 from complications related to COVID-19, his family announced. He reportedly was fully vaccinated for […]

Damn you to hell – You will not destroy America | An Open Letter on the Pandemic and Governmental/Medical Overreach

Damn you to hell – You will not destroy America | An Open Letter on the Pandemic and Governmental/Medical Overreach

In case you haven’t seen it we are posting the “Spartacus Letter”.  Though the pdf has vanished from some sites we still managed to download this version via Zerohedge, which put  the document on their site September 27, 2021. COVID-19 – The Spartacus Letter (V2-2021-09-28) As was written on The Automatic Earth blog: “This is an […]

Liberty In Peril

Liberty In Peril

by George Leef I finished reading Prof. Randall Holcombe’s book Liberty in Peril: Democracy and Power in US History during the 2020 election. I have yet to hear any candidate say the word “liberty” and would be shocked if I did. We are bombarded with messages for candidates and messages merely imploring us to vote. Some […]

Free Or Slave?

Free Or Slave?

    By Don Jans During the Q and A portion of my talk the other day, the question was asked as to how we avoid the ostracization and demonization of the left when we oppose their enslaving principles. The answer is simply that we do not. This has always been a tactic used by […]

Try This One Weird Trick To Get Politics Out Of Education

Try This One Weird Trick To Get Politics Out Of Education

    by Thomas L. Knapp Over the last two years — since the New York Times introduced its 1619 Project  to “reframe the country’s history” around the consequences of slavery — something called “Critical Race Theory” has become the new football in the never-ending political struggle to control the content of K-12 education in America. […]

Eber: Soap On A Rope

Eber: Soap On A Rope

By Stephen Frank  California voters, several years ago, approved $2.7 billion to build water storage facilities—the Democrats refuse to spend the money.  Guv Newsom is spending over $300 million of our money to demolish dams in Oregon—that bring water and energy to California.  California government allows millions of acres a day of water to flow into […]

Walters: AB 43— Will Speed Traps Return To California?

Walters: AB 43— Will Speed Traps Return To California?

Editorial By Stephen Frank | California Political Review In 1986 I was driving in Willows, California (Glenn County) with Congresswoman Bobbi Fiedler and a reporter from the L.A. Daily News.  Hiding behind a billboard was a Sheriff and he gave me a ticket for speeding.  Those were the days when government was so hard up for […]

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