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Power corrupts and …

Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely. Let’s look at one of the latest poster-children for this saying. But first, consider the saying itself. Our readers are certainly familiar with this famous statement and fundamental principle as stated by John Dalberg, Lord Acton. … Continue reading

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An extreme proposal to permanently deal with the reparation issue

It ain’t gonna go away. As the recent proposals of the Biden regime, and actions by various local governments shows, the entire idea of reparations for 350+ years of black slavery and 150- years of racism, segregation, etc. is NOT … Continue reading

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Crashing careers – and lessons we can learn from them

All around us, it seems that political careers of major movers and shakers are cratering. Boom! Flatter than a pancake. They are in both old parties – with various political philosophies. But I think we can learn a lot from … Continue reading

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Preparing for collapse – electrical needs supplied

As the chaos seems to spread daily in the Fifty States – even to locations in Wyoming, the West River of South Dakota, and the Eastern Plains of Colorado, is it time to worry about what tomorrow will bring? Probably … Continue reading

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Collapsing civilization? Electrical power in North America

Anyone who has perused a survivalist or prepper website or gotten emails from all those people that sell goods and services for that market has probably seen multiple stories and concerns about the vulnerability of the electrical power supply in … Continue reading

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Rites of passage

By Nathan Barton Almost all organizations have certain rites of initiation, requiring people joining to do certain things.  Sometimes, it is just a membership fee or dues, or even just identifying with the group.  Other times it is an elaborate … Continue reading

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The 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War

By Nathan Barton In just a few days, on 11 November 2018, we will observe the 100th anniversary of the armistice taking affect at 1100 hours (Central European War Time) of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, which “ended” … Continue reading

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The corruption of government spreads

By Nathan Barton “Power corrupts.  And absolute power corrupts absolutely.” – Lord Acton Today, we take government corruption for granted. Indeed, government corruption has been a feature (NOT a defect) of government since Nimrod started his little empire in Mesopotamia … Continue reading

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Who is in charge?

By Nathan Barton Bear with me: this is going to start on a religious note, but we’ll soon get to the political and societal side of things. More and more, as I study the Bible and religious matters, by myself … Continue reading

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Is it government’s duty to control weeds? (Part I)

By Nathan Barton A correspondent recently asked me an interesting question.  Is it government’s duty to protect us from weeds?  Is it government’s job to control weeds? Although he was asking the question regarding a particular subject, in reality, there … Continue reading

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