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Happy International Non-Workers’ Day!

It’s hard to take a day off to celebrate “workers’ rights” when you’re living hand to mouth…

Do We Need The State?

Forget romantic notions of princes and castles, the state is violence writ large and we’d be better off without it.

The Decline of India

A frontline look at the coming 4th World and how India’s accelerating demise is a canary in the coal mine for 5 billion people worldwide…

Time Travel to the End of the World

What if past is prologue and America is heading for an Argentine style future?

Mr. Sociopath Goes to Washington

How do sociopaths survive while living in such defiance of natural law? The answer is that sociopaths write the civil laws. Evil finds its niche in the swamp of Washington politics and bureaucracy.

It’s Not the End of the World

The whole point of shining a light into the gloom is to avoid having it end in doom.

Doug Casey on The Coming Culture Clash

The whole question of migration would be academic if only two simple principles were observed.

Sanctimania

Political correctness becomes dangerous when it becomes sanctimonious and aggressive – it then morphs into what I term “sanctimania.”

Professional Wrestling and the Media

Conservatives blindly hate liberals; liberals blindly hate conservatives. And, of course, this is the whole point.

Thoughts on the Institution of Government

In case you have not guessed, I loathe governments. Since the beginning of history, they have been despicable organizations that attract the worst kinds of people — those who obey orders without regard to ethics.

Choosing Your Immigrants

There are always some people who understand work ethic and responsibility. They are the producers. There are also always some who have no desire to work or otherwise take responsibility for themselves. They are the parasites.

The War on Some Drugs

Drugs are a charged subject everywhere. They’re a “hot button” topic. Everyone has a strong opinion, often irrational, that seems to come from deep in the most reactive recesses of their collective minds.

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