Defending the Indefensible

The Ashli Babbitt killing may open the underlying question about the truth of the narrative by which an oligarchic regime has largely substituted its sovereignty for that of the voters. 

Oligarchy, and Remedies

Those who live under oligarchies are not citizens—because oligarchy validates itself, decides for itself, within itself. It is committed above all to negating a people’s capacity to rule itself.

As We Look For Others

Whoever would lead America’s deplorables must head up a national effort to discredit and stop the totalitarian tactics of the Left.  

Start By Boycotting The House

Today’s progressive Democratic Party has taken complete power over the whole federal government. Republicans need to hold them fully responsible for what they do. Here’s how.

How Our Oligarchy Crushes Terrorism

The FBI’s increasing preference for political action over bona fide investigations is part of its overall decadence—laziness, incompetence, and eagerness to integrate with the ruling class.

Dismounting the COVID Tiger

The oligarchy’s chosen method of “reopening” after the pandemic shows that it intends to attempt to validate the harm it did over the previous year. Will it work?

Clarity in Trump’s Wake

The United States of America is now a classic oligarchy. The clarity that it has brought to our situation by recognizing this fact is its only virtue.

Multilateral Dreamin’

The foreign policy establishment’s vapidities veil a substantive void. Their competence is bounded strictly by their experience, which is of personal success and public failure.

Fraud, Evidence, Proof, Power

Sidney Powell and Tucker Carlson ignore the relationship that American law commands between evidence, proof, and power. They should be focused on probable cause, not proof.

Your FBI Will Entrap You

Is the nation’s top law enforcement agency protecting society from sociopaths or is the bureau itself sociopathic? Evidence and experience suggest the latter.

Revolution 2020

The revolution long since destroyed the original American Republic in the minds, hearts, and habits of a critical mass of citizens. So now what?

Language, Freedom, And Law

In Bostock, the Supreme Court has taken the fateful step to assert that a common word, vital to social relations, can mean whatever anyone wants it to mean.

Reason, Emergencies, and Self-Government

In the time of COVID-19, the primary practical problem is that any number of persons who hold positions of power have taken to exercising their statutory authority—and often much much more—to please themselves or to act out their dreams of power.