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A Representative Republic is a Moral Test

Every so often someone will argue for direct democracy, as though there was wisdom in crowds. I will tell them that voting on a representative is a moral test of the populace. It is also a test of willpower and … Continue reading

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The Magical Thinker

One aspect of modern society is the emergence and the widespread occurrence of the magical thinker. The magical thinker is one who does not think carefully and does not examine deeply what he or she experiences. He or she usually … Continue reading

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When the Slope Gradation Changes

I have seen them popping up, and at last count, there are four of them: often garish, large green crosses — medical marijuana dispensaries. Cue the hue and cry from the 1% who want to legalize their fetish. I know, … Continue reading

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No Thank You, Google

Yet another reason why Google sucks: There are so many things wrong with this social justice warrior activism, but the biggest one is that there is no real reason for it. I don’t think a single American exists who isn’t … Continue reading

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They Speak So Much and Know So Little

I think it is an incontrovertible fact that few not from the South understand the South. Sure, they can put on airs and use high-falutin’ language to psychoanalyze things, but the answers for them are always the same: racism, exploitation, … Continue reading

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The Invasion of the Insensitive Sandwich

Apparently, a chicken sandwich is something to be feared due to the values of the company that produces it (see here). What’s even more silly about this is that the student body wanted the restaurant there. Sound familiar? Having lost … Continue reading

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Has Politics Become Gossip?

I’m interested in what happens around me at every level of government, but I’m really tired of the constant noise, the endless smoke, the endless discussions of no substance. Has politics become just gossip? Worse, has it become a gossip … Continue reading

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