Category Archives: Philosophy

Frederick Douglass

The question is asked, and pressed with a great show of earnestness at this momentous crisis of our nation’s history, What shall be done with the four million slaves if they are emancipated? … Our answer is, do nothing with … Continue reading

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Kurt Schlichter: Time For Conservatives To Get Ruthless Fighting For Free Speech

Liberals, having lost the battle of ideas because their crummy, corrupt collectivist ideas suck, want to ban our ideas because people are naturally going to choose our ideas over theirs. Well, normal people are, because we know we would pick up the … Continue reading

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Get off Social Media…

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“I was going to go down fighting.”

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Do You Lock Your Door at Night?

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The Tax System, Explained in Beer

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Are We on the Verge of Civil War?

Victor Davis Hanson writes about the growing tribalism around us. Will America keep dividing and soon resort to open violence, as happened in 1861? Or will Americans reunite and bind up our wounds, as we did following the upheavals of … Continue reading

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Those Who Walked Away From Sanity

This piece from Sarah Hoyt is worth your time and thought… There are a lot of stories of deals with the devil. They range from the gloomy, where the poor lost soul can never fight free (though he/she can sometimes … Continue reading

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Andrew Klavan: “Why Are We in Media Hell?”

This piece encapsulates the way I have felt since the passing of John McCain. So, for instance, Senator John McCain dies. For the record, the man was a heroic patriot with whom I often disagreed. At such a moment, out of respect … Continue reading

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Richard Fernandez on Michael Walsh’s book: The Fiery Angel

The recursive references are intentional for Walsh’s goal is to demonstrate that culture — religion, the arts, language itself — are the core libraries of civilization built in a stack one upon the other. His thesis is that culture stores and … Continue reading

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Walking Into Mordor‬‏

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TURNCOAT NATION

 

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Michael Leeden: It’s Not ‘Leading From Behind’; It’s ‘Leading WITH the Behind’

Faster, Please! » It’s Not ‘Leading From Behind’; It’s ‘Leading WITH the Behind’. Suppose we change the terms of reference to domestic politics, and ask how Obama should conduct his reelection campaign. How does this sound: since the relative power … Continue reading

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Review & Outlook: The Death of Right to Work – WSJ.com

This is just disgusting… The Death of Right to Work – WSJ.com. With a Republican House, Mr. Obama’s union agenda is dead in Congress. But it looks like his appointees are determined to impose it by regulatory fiat—no matter the … Continue reading

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