Category Archives: Central Government

The Death of Civic Nationalism

Jeff Deist comes out with the hammer on why the Democrats won in Virginia. National Review seems to think the recent election in Virginia was about Trump, when in fact it was entirely about demographics…..Northern Virginia is also full of … Continue reading

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The Not-So-Great Divorce

Fred Reed’s latest column about how much the peoples of the USA hate each other but won’t separate is worth a gander. I just want to add two quick thoughts as to why¬†the Left and Right won’t quit each other. … Continue reading

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The Deep State and Trump

At this point they’re not even bothering to maintain pretenses. This nation is governed by the Deep State. It calls the shots, not elected leaders. They are so confident about this they will admit it live on national news. I … Continue reading

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Weimer America

Ryan Landry at the Daily Caller welcomes you to the nightmare that is the United States and the Western World. On the drive to work, NPR airs a story about a transgender four year old. The S&P 500 hits a … Continue reading

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Don’t Like Corporations? Reduce Big Government

Another example of how Big Business loves Big government. Continue reading

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Children Of (No) Men

In an article published by the online magazine, Aeon, Professor Howard Rachlin engages in an Orwellian thought experiment; what if all children were separated from their parents at birth and randomly given to another family? Rachlin writes (bold emphasis added) … Continue reading

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The Trump Card

I’m assuming all of you are aware of the big news that has transpired this week concerning Trump’s decision to launch missiles into Syria – a decision so at odds with his previous views he voiced so confidently on Twitter … Continue reading

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