The secessionist old-guard takes a look at both last year’s secession petitions and the current rumblings over marijuana laws, Obamacare, and gun laws. ______________________
Polemicist, esotericist, philosopher in a general sense, among other things.
Check it out here. The most recent expansion of the new pan-secessionist political party, the All Nations Party’s Internet presence, headed at least de facto by popular Youtube libertarian personality “fringelements” (Ryan Faulk), the subject of one of ATS’s more recent interviews. Complete with an updated array of […]
From AltRight. I’ve been following John Robb’s blog Global Guerrillas for a few years, and while I was able to absorb some of his prescient thinking online, I just recently finished his 2007 book, Brave New War. It’s written the way all books concerned with big ideas should […]
Check it out. As well as its related Youtube channel. Attempts to synthesize, in a way, the ideas of the alternative and reactionary right with a sort of Wittgensteinian postmodernism, as well as from various reactionary sociologists and philosophers like Nietzsche and George Fitzhugh. He even occasionally calls […]
From NaturalNews. (NaturalNews) A French farmer who can no longer perform his routine farming duties because of permanent pesticide injuries has had his day in court, literally, and the perpetrator of his injuries found guilty of chemical poisoning. The French court in Lyon ruled that Monsanto’s Lasso weedkiller […]
From the Green Star. New York, NY – 150 prominent anti-war activists, religious leaders and supporters of Iran attended a special here on Sept. 25 with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. He is in New York to address the opening meeting of the 67th session of the UN General […]
From Reason. The historian Eugene Genovese has died at age 82, leaving a legacy that will be confounding ideologues for decades to come. His scholarly focus was the antebellum South, and his most famous book was Roll, Jordan, Roll, a study of slavery that broke important ground by […]
From PrWeb. Doug Darrell beat the odds and walked home from his trial as a free man on Friday, a major win for the state’s new jury nullification law. Facing felony drug cultivation charges for growing marijuana plants behind his house, the 59-year-old Rastafarian saw all of the […]
From the Los Angeles Times. Father-daughter dances and mother-son ballgames — those cherished hallmarks of Americana — have been banned in a Rhode Island school district after they were targeted by the American Civil Liberties Union. The ACLU, the self-proclaimed guardian of the nation’s liberty, says such events […]
By Kevin Carson. There’s a wonderful phrase for how capitalism works in the real world (I’m not sure who first came up with it, but I associate it with Noam Chomsky): “The socialization of risk and cost, and the privatization of profit.” That’s a pretty good description of […]
By Roderick Long. Why Objective Law Requires Anarchy was originally published in the Autumn 1998 issue of Formulations by the Free Nation Foundation, written by Roderick T. Long. * * * “I see no ethical standard by which to measure the whole unethical conception of a State, except in the amount of time, of […]
From Politico. Leading conservative talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh and Laura Ingraham are both arguing that the Republican party will or should be shut down if Mitt Romney loses in November — an idea that, however hard to believe, gives you an indication of the right wing’s dissatisfaction […]
From the American Conservative. The attacks on U.S. diplomatic posts in Cairo and Benghazi, including the murder of the ambassador to Libya and three other personnel, have occasioned a torrent of facile commentary in this country. Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says President Obama “sympathizes with the […]
From Mashable.com Mitt Romney’s tax returns are reportedly in the hands of a team of hackers who plan on releasing them publicly at the end of the month unless a ransom is paid. The group allegedly obtained the files from PricewaterhouseCooper’s Tennessee office on Aug. 25, in what […]
From RT. Separatist group, Parti Quebecois, has won Quebec’s regional elections and will form a new government there, once again raising the possibility of a referendum on independence being held in Canada’s French-speaking province.