Tag Archives: Civil War

What are people scared of? (Guest column)

This was the question a friend asked a correspondent of ours, a few days ago: ‘Why are people scared to the point where they are buying up all the guns and ammo in the USA? Marty Bugg’s reply is worth … Continue reading

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Defeating the enemies of liberty

Maybe I am just being sensitive, but it seems that in the past few months, rhetoric has ramped up on both sides of the Great Divide in American politics. Actually, ALL sides of the multiple divides of political thought and … Continue reading

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What can be done to unify the Fifty States?

In a recent commentary, we discussed the irreparable nature of the division of the once proud and strong federation called the United States of America. I suggested that any actions that could reunite – unify – these States are anathema … Continue reading

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Irrepairable – no union, no republic, no “democracy”

As the aftermath of last week’s “protest” at and in the Capitol continues to reverberate around us, more and more people are asking the equivalent of “are all these aftershocks?” But a few are asking, “Is all of this, including … Continue reading

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Internal trust – going away here in the Fifty States

The events of the 2020 election season now appear to be behind us. (Well, I can hope, right?) The other wing of the Boot-on-Your-Neck Party, out of power (mostly) for four years, now has the baton firmly in their hand. … Continue reading

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Guest Posting – A view from the Great Plains on our current situation

I am providing, without significant comments, this lengthy column by Margaret Figert. Margaret is a retired weekly newspaper publisher and editor. Her paper was located in the Sicangu (Lakota) Nation on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota on the Nebraska … Continue reading

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The first cyber-civil-war?

Merriam-Webster defines cyberwarfare as “the use of computer technology to disrupt the activities of a state or organization, especially the deliberate attacking of information systems for strategic or military purposes.” We have seen that in the 2020 election cycle, and … Continue reading

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The counter-revolution prepares to ramp up in 2021

Welcome to 2021 – although many are praying it will be better than the Annus Horribis that was 2021, many have their doubts. So hold on to your Happy New Year cheer: you are going to need it. With just … Continue reading

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Trust in these Fifty States

In his 2008 book “The Last Centurion,” John Ringo has (a la Heinlein) a lot of sociopolitical and even “history and moral philosophy” discussions by the fictional narrator/writer, “Bandit Six.” One of those is a discussion on trust in societies. … Continue reading

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People and organizations are working and planning for chaos

Today, these Fifty States are in the midst of a civil war: a cultural conflict growing more vicious by the day. Politics, though only a part of it, is nevertheless a critical front. The 2020 election may be the most … Continue reading

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