Category Archives: Central Government

Traditional Education Or Bust

Jeff Sanders at PJ Media provides five problems with state-run schools in America, though they are merely five more reasons you should educate your children on your own. I’ve never been a fan of the term “home-schooling,” because it implies … Continue reading

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Breaking Up American States

Courtesy of Fox News, there is an alternative Calexit movement emerging – an exit of rural California from urban California. There is another secession movement in California, and elsewhere in America, that is getting genuine attention from political pundits. While it … Continue reading

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Muh “Private Companies!”

This Wikileaks piece on the relationship between Google and the U.S. government should make all those who support or condone – or even look the other way – at Google’s mass censorship of right-wing dissidents on the basis of “muh … Continue reading

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Reviewing My Take On The Alt. Right

This has been on my mind for a while, but I think it’s important to state here. Last year I wrote an analysis of the 16 Points of the Alt. Right by Vox Day. My conclusion at the time was … Continue reading

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The Proposition Nation Starter Kit

Are you in need of a new country? Tired of your Third World hellhole? Is your plumbing and electricity not up to snuff? No political or civil rights? Your uninformed sister wants to be able to elect your next leader? … Continue reading

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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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