Putting the “Service” Back Into Public Service, Part IV

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This is Part IV of the series, A History of Government Employment. Everything we have learned, from public employment in the USSR, the European Union and Wisconsin tells us that... Bureaucracy kills. And it kills totally. And...

Can a Sane Society Elect a Demented Man for President?

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Thankfully, we only have to think about this sort of thing for three more days, for however the courts decide how it will end, our parts in it will be done; our minds made...

Stamping out the Viral Lie

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The viral lie can be defined as when a person says he/she knows a thing to be true he cannot possibly know to be true. It is perhaps humanity's most commonly employed lie. We almost...

Famous Soviet Russians I’ve Colluded With

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The Russians and Democrats are not the same. I've actually known honorable Russians. In 1991 I met a man from the USSR named Valentin Suchkov. I was working with a Ukrainian trading company in Cincinnati,...

Judging the “Expert Class” in Times of Crisis, the John Cleese Axiom

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A few weeks ago I posted a short 3-minute clip of John Cleese, of Monty Python fame, as he introduced his 2020 comedy tour. I had planned to see him in Richmond this Fall,...

Who Shook the Jar, by Mark Twain

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https://youtu.be/-uX1sgH3iEo   Says it all about who's turning Americans against Americans