Monthly Archives: December 2013

140 Years Ago

The substance of what I have to say to the disadvantage of the theory and practice of universal suffrage is that it tends to invert what I should have regarded as the true and natural relation between wisdom and folly. … Continue reading

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Drugs Discussion Forum

The great Peter A. Taylor asks an interesting question over at Land’s place. Do you have a position statement somewhere on drug prohibition? I’m wondering which way the wind is blowing in these parts, and why. I left some of … Continue reading

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Bullied and Badgered, Pressured and Purged

This is a placeholder website for the chronicling of … ‘The PC Inquisition’ isn’t too far off. Bleg from all of you to help me expand it via crowd-sourcing. The dates are not consistent, sometimes it is from the ‘offending … Continue reading

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Sound and Fury; But No Reaction

Merry Christmas Everyone!  My prayers go out to all my comrades in dangerous places and far away from their families.  I’ll see you all on the high ground. UPDATE: SEE BELOW* For the Holiday, it seems as though the Media-Political … Continue reading

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Review of “The Rise of China vs. The Logic of Strategy” by Edward Luttwak

Edward Luttwak is an extremely impressive individual who has led a profoundly interesting life.  I won’t bore you here with his extensive biography except to say briefly that he’s a geopolitical and military strategist, analyst, and adviser by trade (well, … Continue reading

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Contracting but Corruscating Elysia

Bruce Charlton asks how, and with what pace, the West goes down, and Mangan comments. To know the answer, at least in America, it helps if you born in a place during the last phase of its legacy, post-WWII normalcy, … Continue reading

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Robert Moldbug Kaus (1979)

Mickey Kaus is one of my favorite columnists.  I read Kausfiles for a decade before he left Slate to make a Quixotic run for the Senate in a bid to expand the Overton window with regards to immigration and the … Continue reading

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