Category Archives: Literature Reviews

My thoughts on some books & movies.

The Conscious Resistance?

Spirituality is an often vague and ill-defined idea, especially when contrasted with religion or science. People are looking for why there is tyranny in their own lives, and some find solace in exploring metaphysics or tinkering with their physiology. Although … Continue reading

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Coup d’État: A Practical Handbook

Reformists have always implied, over the years, that their attempts at shrinking the raw exercise of power by the State is, in effect, a bloodlessly legal coup d’état. Naomi Wolf once warned that George W. Bush had staged a coup … Continue reading

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Give Me Liberty?

Ideologues receive preferential treatment from the alternative media. No matter how many times they take their audiences for a ride in endless circles, these misinformation pundits reap the benefits of satisfying their catharsis through endlessly whining about the latest government … Continue reading

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The End of America?

Cartoon politics is far too common, often because people intuitively feel that something is notoriously wrong, but they just can’t quite articulate their grievances. Since this is in fact the case for most American political dissidents, what necessarily follows are … Continue reading

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FREEDOM!?

If you haven’t yet read “Adam Kokesh Gets Arrested…Yet Again,” “Armed Marches, Free Speech, & Legal Entanglements: The Kokesh Connection,” and “The Activist Legal Defense Fund Scam,” please do so first before continuing. This article is, more or less, the … Continue reading

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Education: Free & Compulsory?

Mind control is often described as some nefarious method or technology by which individuals are forced to accept certain ideas. Not only is there a particular absence of intellectual curiosity, but one’s very perception of reality is usually obfuscated beyond … Continue reading

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Who’s Watching You?

“Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority…” – John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton Letter to Bishop Mandel Creighton, 4/5/1887     The (ironically … Continue reading

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