Sorcery or Nihilism, Part IV

Two generations have come and gone without the American people having had any involvement in their charter. There have been no incantations needed for redemption. 

Sorcery or Nihilism, Part II

No popular regime, it would seem, can sustain civic piety based on reason alone because too few will grasp the truth of it and even those few who grasp it will infuse it with error.

Constitution Day Blues

If we want to make Constitution Day great again, we need to recommit to the right of consent of the governed and get back to amending our charter in due course.

Time to Cashier McConnell

The Senate Republican leader is positioning his party to condemn itself for a protest objecting to an election that has, for 71 percent of Republicans, the obvious appearance of corruption.

Charting Next Steps

Americans must start thinking about replacing our national government with a new form of government that can control itself, and if it cannot control itself, then at least be less dangerous.

That Crazy Witchcraft

Capital didn’t invent wokeism, but it gravitates towards a particular interpretation of wokeism, which mutes criticism of themselves and diverts attention from capital’s conspicuously wicked practices

You Win Some, You Newsom

California voters like the COVID-19 lockdowns, masking, and vax mandates because they think a benevolent power can save them from the inevitability of death. 

The Competence Question

The national government of the United States is incompetent. It’s time to consider what can lawfully replace it.

Flags, False and True

Where those false flags fly, flap, and flutter, they tell you the policies that have undercut the value of middle-class labor and immiserated a nation are intentional.