Monthly Archives: June 2016

“Is it presumable, that every man, the instant he took his seat in the national Senate or House of Representatives, would commence a traitor to his constituents and to his country?” Hamilton was always a traitor – some reflections on Federalist #26

The following is from Federalist #26 – I assume it was written by Hamilton, whom I regard as a traitor to his kin and to his avowed principles. In England, for a long time after the Norman Conquest, the authority … Continue reading

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Otakuman’s cyberpunk rant

[–]otakumanBrain Hacker 2 points 5 days ago Something doesn’t require being sci-fi, or even futuristic to be cyberpunk. is something I would like to read your thoughts about in detail. Sure. In the last few years, the world has seen … Continue reading

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A prelude to serious discussion of the Federalist Papers

I had planned to write a very serious discussion of the Federalist Papers and their influence on the doctrine of limited government. I decided that I had better prepare an introduction, to put the political issues in context.

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Are Trump and Clinton just “two peas in a pod”?

On the chans, Trump is buying ads. (That in itself might be suspicious, or praiseworthy, depending on one’s point of view.) Many channers believe Trump is the prole messiah, come to deliver lower-class whites from bureaucrats. At: https://buelahman.wordpress.com/2016/06/26/well-at-least-hes-not-her/ B’man has … Continue reading

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Antifascists versus Heimbach and Parrott

Violence began almost immediately, authorities and witnesses said, and by the time the clashes ended 20 minutes later, at least seven people had been stabbed, nine were hospitalized and many more suffered bruises, scrapes and cuts. “They attacked each other … Continue reading

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