Tag Archives: tyranny

Cashless society – a question answered

A long-time correspondent and friend recently asked us this question: Are world leaders pushing digital currency to replace cash in order to deliberately push citizens into buying metals – gold, silver, etc? How does that help the elite become wealthier? … Continue reading

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Too bad: you’re Dutch

A few years back, several of us here at TPOL had the opportunity to work with a number of Boer farmers. In Eastern Colorado, of all places. The Boers, of course, are descendants of Dutch settlers in what is now … Continue reading

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Liberty will win! But expect it to be a tough battle.

The decline of liberty often seems to be a matter of increasing provocations, responses, and especially more and more extreme rhetoric. Which in turn escalates more physical actions: more cracking down on dissidents and perceived enemies, more small acts of … Continue reading

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Killer cops – scum and villainy

Most people are familiar with a quote from Ben Obi-Wan Kenobi regarding Mos Eisley and its spaceport:“You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. We must be cautious.” Indeed, we must be cautious. In more and … Continue reading

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Ramping up – tensions and liberty

The decline of liberty often seems to be a matter of increasing provocations, responses, and especially more and more extreme rhetoric. Which in turn escalates more physical actions: more cracking down on dissidents and perceived enemies, more small acts of … Continue reading

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Worshipping God or the state (human government)

A recent news story reports about a controversial member of the Lutheran Church, specifically the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, a “conservative” Lutheran denomination with 2 million members in the Fifty States and 6,000 congregations across the land. It seems that an … Continue reading

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Guest Commentary: Morton sues the WHO

A Seussian Poem About The Plight Of A Vaccinated Man In Covid, shared by our reader Scott. By Jenna McCarthy The 15th of March seemed a nondescript day,although something was festering far, far away.It may or may not have escaped … Continue reading

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A turning point in history? Nuclear fusion

Over at the Gatestone Institute, a short article on the recent announcement of net-positive nuclear fusion power generation dissects the situation. Lawrence Kadish does it in a way that brings holiday cheer to the hearts of anarchists and even libertarians. … Continue reading

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COVID madness rising again? Still?

The current regime in DC clearly bewildered people enough – and scared them enough – to avoid the usual mass layoff of congresscritturs last month. But never fear, they are already ramping up for 23 months from now: the November … Continue reading

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Anarchy, tyranny, and liberty

Too many of us get confused on the basics of life, the universe, and everything. Especially these three concepts. Let’s dive in. Many of us find ourselves defining key concepts in a lot of different ways. All three of these … Continue reading

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