Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Political Economy of Allegedly Good Intentions, as seen by PCR

Even if you don’t like PCR, it’s worth reading just to put the following quote in context: In my days it was almost impossible to be guilty of indecent liberties with a minor, because the age of female sexual consent … Continue reading

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Link fusillade for 30 January 2017: subjective experience, anonymity, sex, and 20 violent criminals

Has Isegoria discovered a cheap and effective means of psychoanalysis? Psychoanalysts harm society in very damaging ways. Then again, Dr. Peterson uses the phrase “bottom stratum of reality,” which is like catnip to me, so I can’t possibly resist taking … Continue reading

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Critic of Zionism extends his criticism to Trump – I think the allegations go a bit too far, but we need to see about Pizzagate and Soros

The following video is annoyingly slow. It takes a long time to get to its point, and it belabors the obvious. Thus, if you watch two minutes of the video below and consider it to be slow-moving, just turn it … Continue reading

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Departing District Attorney To DOJ: Albuquerque Police Department Is A ‘Continuing Criminal Enterprise’ (and semi-relevant news of a crooked cop in Texas)

Departing District Attorney To DOJ: Albuquerque Police Department Is A ‘Continuing Criminal Enterprise’ from the rotting-from-the-top-down dept District Attorney Kari Brandenburg is done with Albuquerque. More to the point, she’s decided not to seek re-election because she’s especially done with … Continue reading

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foreign refugees and foreign lobbyists note the impact of Trump’s recent executive orders

Comment: Trump has signed many executive orders. The details are complicated and there may be exceptions – e.g. Trump froze most federal hiring but allowed an exception for recruiting more soldiers. Trump took some action against some lobbyists, but it … Continue reading

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