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No, We’re Not All Antifa Now. But We Should Be.

No, We’re Not All Antifa Now. But We Should Be.

    By Thomas L. Knapp “I’ve occasionally encountered mass hysteria in other countries,” Nicholas Kristof writes at the New York Times. “In rural Indonesia, I once reported on a mob that was beheading people believed to be sorcerers, then carrying their heads on pikes. But I never imagined that the United States could plunge […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | Unfinished Business

The Libertarian Enterprise | Unfinished Business

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise This will probably be the strangest item that I have ever written for _L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise_. There is almost too much out there to write about these days. Our culture has reached a kind of crescendo of the “Crazy Years” that Robert Heinlein predicted […]

Fear, Loathing, Intolerance – and Worse

Fear, Loathing, Intolerance – and Worse

  By Paul Driessen Throughout history despots had effective ways of reducing dissension in the ranks. Inquisitors burned heretics. Nazi’s burned books – before taking far more extreme measures. Soviets employed famines, gulags, salt mines and executions. ChiComs and other tyrants starved, jailed and murdered millions.  Today’s Green New Dealers and their allies have mapped […]