The Invasive Evil

When someone invades your home and eats your food, and you pay for everything, it does seem to be unseemly.  When the government tells you it’s okay and gives them taxpayer support and an ID so they can exercise the same rights as you, it seems even more unseemly. ...

Utopian Paradoxes

Demise by the Pursuit of Perfection – Clay Howard, 1984 The only real problem with civilizations lies in the fact they are full of people.  So, when we pursue a perfect world for an entirely imperfect creature the paradoxes of complexity instantly and...

March 20, 1854

In the Congregational church at Ripon, Wisconsin, the Republican party was formed to combat the expansion of slavery in the western states and territories.  The first Republican president was Abraham Lincoln. It is odd the American public has so little understanding...

Plato (On Revolutions)

Plato, the Greek philosopher and oracle of Greece, 428 BCE to 328 BCE: “Revolutions, those intent upon replacing a society with another, are accomplished by migration and immigration.” Plato lived at the end of the golden age of Greece and witnessed the...

The 1970 Forseeings

The demise of a United America  (The 21st-century reality.) The original 1970 manuscript of foreseeings.  Some wordage, non-existent in the year 1970, has been inserted. The transition from the pursuit of needs to a pursuit of wants within American demographics. The...

The American Tribunals

The American Tribunals There are a number of concepts about the word ‘Tribunal’. Most of us who know a little bit about real history think of the Tribunals in the French Revolution. And, ‘Revolution’ is a key word. Two primary purposes motivate revolutions. One...

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