Democracy: The God That Failed

As we rebuild after the Wordpress Purge (hereafter, “The Purge”), we have to rehab some of the formatting and media in previous posts as it all got a bit scrambled or lost when we got took down. I thought it made sense to repost articles one at a time as I rehab them in case … Read more

A few more for The Bookshelf…Sports, Hurricanes, History, Masonry!

Note, I put books on The Bookshelf if they’re on my bookshelf, not if I’ve actually read them–I might have but not always.   The Inheritance of Rome: Illuminating the Dark Ages 400-1000, by Chris Wickham (2009). I was a bit disappointed when the first few chapters of this book were filled with kingship successions … Read more

Bookshelf & Book Reviews

We frequently reference books on the Propaganda Report Podcast, so we decided to create a bookshelf where you can find those books and a selection of other interesting finds. If we’ve reviewed one of these books, you’ll find a link to the review below the title. For a more complete list of books that are … Read more

Public-Private Partnership Is NOT a Libertarian Concept!

Privatized Isn’t the Same as Private Several years ago, when I saw protests in Europe against austerity and privatization, I thought they were misguided. If a country is powering down the welfare state in favor of free enterprise, the people should be happy. Then I realized that privatization isn’t exactly free enterprise. Often it involves … Read more

Neo-Cons have always wanted "some form of national health insurance"

“Some form of national health insurance” was a critical piece of the “conservative welfare state” laid out by Kristol…the conservative welfare state is laid out in part 1 of my expose, the national health insurance piece is laid out in part 2… Neo-Conservatism the Autobiography of an Idea, part 1 Neo-Conservatism the Autobiography of an … Read more

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