Tag Archives: Civil War

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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The importance of 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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Planning for chaos

Today, these Fifty States is 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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