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Why Bob Barr Is a Tool

Why Bob Barr Is a Tool

By Nathan Wilson   Generally I have a little more respect for Libertarians than I do for Republicans. Mainly because they are the only conservative base that will openly embrace…

History Repeats Itself

History Repeats Itself

Once upon a time, there was a far-right political movement that was not content with the state of affairs. Many years before, after an extensive period of warfare, a new…

Rome and America

Comparing Ancient Rome to Modern America   Since the dawn of Western Civilization, every empire has seen prosperity, war, peace and downfall.  There is a theory that the United States…

Wasting Your Vote

Wasting Your Vote

by Nicholas M. Lind There lies a stark contradiction within the notion that voting for a third party in American politics is essentially “throwing your vote away.”  A popular criticism…

Paul Ryan the hypocrite

Paul Ryan the hypocrite

                Imagine for a second (or for the next four years) that someone is sitting in the White House who has the voting…

Living in a Randian Paradise

Living in a Randian Paradise

In the novel Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand writes through the character Francisco d’Anconia: “So you think that money is the root of all evil? … Have you ever asked what is the root of money?…

Paul Ryan – Herald Of The New Right Wing Agenda

Paul Ryan – Herald Of The New Right Wing Agenda

I’m beginning to wonder if the choice of Paul Ryan as the Vice-presidential candidate is less about winning this election and more about handing off the baton to the next…

Is Laura Ingraham Calling For Obama’s Assassination?

Is Laura Ingraham Calling For Obama’s Assassination?

This image is proudly displayed on Conservative pundit Laura Ingraham’s Facebook page with thousands of comments cheering it on. The hate for President Obama is unprecedented, in part because it’s…

Conspicuous Nonconsumption

Somewhere, in the back of my mind, I remember a story about President Eisenhower speaking to the press late in his two-term presidency. The country was going through one of…

The State of the Vote: 2012

The State of the Vote: 2012

By Nicholas M. Lind Some in Washington perceive the upcoming charade in November as the most ideological election in years.  But while the heightened media obsession favors a melodramatic polarization,…

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