Tag Archives: civil war

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 American Troubles Has Begun

In January I predicted America’s own version of the Irish Troubles: I suggest all the readers here acquaint themselves with the Irish Troubles. Read up on the 1969 Belfast riots, Bloody Sunday, Crossmaglen, and the ambush at Loughgall. You need … 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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The American Troubles

An article at Status 451 titled Days of Rage recounts the terror bombings of the 1970s (bold emphasis added) I am afraid that the United States is in for political violence in 2017. It could be as bad as or … Continue reading

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“The Last Resort of the Thinking and The Good.”

A comment by Joshua Bennett on my previous post regarding militia reminded me of a passage from Richard Henry Dana, Jr.’s book Two Years Before the Mast. An early 19th Century Harvard student, Dana joined a ship and sailed the … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the Trumpening

  Before I start I want to reaffirm what I wrote nearly a year ago about why putting our faith in one man to fix the country’s problems through the state is a historically proven path to disaster. Now, having … Continue reading

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5 Things Libertarians Can Do That’s More Productive Than Politicking

A major trait among libertarians, including yours truly, that I’d like to see end is the squabbling over the rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic that is the political environment in the United State of America and elsewhere. By this … Continue reading

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