Part II, How the Organization Man Went Rogue

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Part II The Gordon Gekko vision (1987) more or less defined the next iteration of Organization Man, which I learned the hard way after returning to the US, trying to help link up American entrepreneurs...

Process Republicans, the Bane of the Republic

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Will Chamberlain, a millennial I think, late-30s-early 40s, a "modern" not-classical conservative, "Human Events" editor and DC-area attorney, recently Tweeted "Trump is not the guy for 2024: he’ll be 78, he underperformed in 2020, we...

Vassar Bushmills, A Brief Biography 1998-2021

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I've partnered to write a book with an old friend who just happens to be blind. It's called Unwashed Philosophy, The Users Guide for Our Imperfect Union. His name is David Poff and he...

One Ring to Rule Them All: The Government as the Principal Shareholder in the...

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I've already noted in Part First that the demon seed of Royalism burns in all governments, going back to the pharaohs. To control others. That's the natural (law) inclination of all governments. Knowing this simple,...

“Their Majesties the Mob” and Liberal Hypocrisies of Vigilantism (Revised)

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The answer to any conundrum begins with a unified theory   The title is from a book published in 1960, while Eisenhower was still president, that title coined by a Louise Amelia Knapp Smith Clappe, a...

“First We Hang the Lawyers”

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That wasn't quite what Shakespeare wrote in Henry VI, Act IV, Scene 2... "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers". The debate still roils as to what the Bard meant by it, but I think Natural Law agrees with Shakespeare, that...