Twitter Needs to Stop Shoehorning Users It Thinks You Should Follow At The Top Of Your Highlights

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It’s one matter to optionally suggest following new users. It’s another to force them down my throat. This thought originated when I checked my email a few minutes...
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Rebellion: More Than a Right

Concepts like honor and duty seem to have fled the scene as crisis actors rush to fill the void and further denigrate what’s left of civilization. “Gun control,”...
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Behind Bronze Eyes

…a Union that can only be maintained by swords and bayonets, and in which strife and civil war are to take the place of brotherly love and kindness,...
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On Modern Democracies & Flawed Constitutions

  To keep perfect order, change is inevitable. This accurately describes the eventual downfall of any form of government that is without a strong and ever present force...
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On Benevolent Despotism: Theory & Conflict

The idea of a benevolent and all encompassing leader has been written in works throughout the ages, and although, in today’s dogma of the far right, political leadership...
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Pounds and Pennies

Ezra Pound and Our Corrupt Financial System He suffered because he knew; he knew and he told us. Who was Ezra Pound? He was a poet who saw...
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The Sixteenth Amendment

A Question of Legitimacy Christmas Eve, 1913. The United States Congress. An amendment was pushed through when few if any were paying attention. From that day forward, Americans...
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Constitutional Republic On The Edge of Extinction

We are rushing headlong toward a constitutional crisis. The clash can best be understood by comparing the comment of former Associate Justice, Charles Evans Hughes, “We are under...
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