The Heartbroken Patriot

The mountain men and pioneers Who came across the sea, Who climbed the highest mountains Who tamed the creek and tree, Who crossed the open wastelands, Who wandered...
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The Emperor’s New Clothes

Many years ago, there were two swindlers. They were making their way about the countryside, and happened upon a merry and pleasant town ruled by a young emperor....
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S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 68 | SkypeNet

You ever feel like the social media censorship is the result of coordination and collusion? David Brock from Media Matters is working overtime to confirm your suspicions. We’ll...
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Muh Private Property

‚ÄčAt first sight these arguments seem persuasive. A closer look reveals these to be quite fallacious, even from a libertarian perspective, and grounded in basic category errors.
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Statement of Vera Winterose Regarding Augustus Invictus

Last Monday I published an excerpt from the book Set the World on Fire. This excerpt concerned a conspiracy of several persons to wage a slander campaign against me...
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New Right, Old Joke

Publisher’s Note: The following is an excerpt from “Enemy Combatants,” a section in Chapter XII of Set the World on Fire, which will be published 12 August 2017.  ...
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A Running Joke Named Paul Stanton

Publisher’s Note: The following is an excerpt from Chapter VIII of Set the World on Fire, which will be published 12 August 2017.   The day before the Miami...
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Lesbian Sex & Scorched Earth Campaigns

  Publisher’s Note: The following are two successive excerpts from Chapter XI of Set the World on Fire, which will be published 12 August 2017.   The writers at...
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