Scratch a Russian and you’ll find a ……?

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(Footnoted, 3/10) Rudyard Kipling once wrote:                 "I had six honest serving men who taught me all I know. They were, Who, What, Where, When, Why and How" This simple life-rule has been virtually absent in news...

The Green Fields of France

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America is not really very good at brinksmanship. For one, it goes against our grain. We're the only nation in the history of mankind who sent its armies, mostly volunteers, to defend, even liberate people...

Understanding the Incorporation of the United States of America

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One of the failings of teaching American History and Civic has been in not recognizing the that the thinking that goes behind the creation of every corporation goes way back before the 1870s, when...

How the Organization Man Went Rogue, Part I

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The greatest threat to human liberty always was found in the ability of a few men to be able to aggregate the wealth of the nations and use them for their own purposes. And from...

The Great Resets through Time, Part I

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If I were to suggest a hobby to the under-60 generations (plural), it would be to reacquaint yourselves with how how frequently, even in the space of your minuscule time on earth...or even mine,...

“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...