Monthly Archives: September 2014

Reasonable Compromises of duhmocrazy, Homer Simpson, and Walter White

Conan has posted a comic to explain the erosion of rights by usurpers who claim to be reasonable: http://conancimmerian.blogspot.com/2014/09/reasonable-compromises.html Countenance sees this sort of thing as the application of ideological anarcho-tyranny to tribal tensions: We’re responding to tribal threats with … Continue reading

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Should an aristocracy of spirit transcend an aristocracy of flesh? If so, should they coexist?

In Christian Europe, for centuries, it was recognized that wars had to be fought by the aristocracy of flesh. These were the men who rode horses, swung maces, climbed walls (despite pesky hails of arrows). But Christian Europe was led … Continue reading

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Is Wordpress censoring neo-Victorian discussions of race?

I don’t know this neo-Victorian stuff. I’m pretty sure it means “steampunk.” Illustration of “steampunk”: But this guy, Neo-Victorian, says that he can’t post comments: http://neovictorian23.wordpress.com/2014/09/29/i-seem-to-be-in-wordpress-purgatory/ Now, note that Neo-Victorian tried to kick a hornet’s nest a while back. http://neovictorian23.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/strangely-my-comment-was-not-approved/Continue reading

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Free association from top searches

I love it when the “top searches” list makes little or no sense, because that encourages whimsical free association. Top Searches 4chan honeypot, change behavior stories, where early christinity gets its legitimacy, boy hand in girl anime

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Weimar America will probably fall in less than 15 years

There is an excellent article at: http://28sherman.blogspot.tw/2014/09/weimerica.html and you should read the whole thing, including its comments. But I am going to disagree with one of the comments.

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