Tag Archives: war

Political Warfare

As some of you may know, I don’t actually discuss politics much in real life, for a variety of reasons. However, there are several friends of mine who are aware of my writing here and ask me from time to … Continue reading

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No Country For Old White Men

In the past I’ve written on my ardent anti-war sentiment. Anyone who cares to read it can access those posts in the archives. I have a new reason to hate war; those who fight in them are treated like leftover … Continue reading

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The Anti-War Message of Hacksaw Ridge

I recently watched the Mel Gibson film Hacksaw Ridge after reading raving review after review. I regret not seeing it in a movie theater. It is probably one of the best World War 2 films, if not one of the … 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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Can Libertarians Fight (And Die) For Their Country?

Sheldon Richman at the Libertarian Institute writes: Horace’s declaration “Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori” — “It is sweet and proper to die for one’s country” — is just what poet Wilfred Owen called it: “The old Lie.” Screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky extended Owen’s point … Continue reading

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Never Argue With the Enemy

Never argue with an avowed enemy on his terms. Whether you come across them online or encounter them during the natural course of a day, either mock their ideas or ignore them. But for the love of God don’t argue … Continue reading

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More on the Syrian Refugee Crisis, Immigration, and Borders

Justin Raimondo nails in with the Syrian refugee controversy in his article at the American Conservative. Meanwhile, the feds are working to make it easier for the IRS to confiscate your passport. That certainly won’t be abused or used against political dissidents. … Continue reading

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