Category Archives: political theory

On Sovereignty

For better or worse, the citizens of Venezuela elected their leader(s). How can another nation(s) declare a good faith vote invalid? If democracies are going to survive, it must be the everyday voter, making that choice. Having leaders that a … Continue reading

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On Governments (An Analysis)

It’s hard to imagine a democracy that stays uncorrupted. History tells us, corruption is inevitable. Rome, Greece, Egypt, and China experienced corruption in their governments. Some had Monarchy’s, some had Democracy, and most had a mix of both. Corruption is … Continue reading

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On Multi-Lateral Super-Powers

So you want to be a super power? You can take this one of two ways. Put your needs first over every ally and enemy or work in harmony with the International community. You can’t have it both ways at … Continue reading

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Agrihood

Oh, Mon Dieu. Another new and stupid word that describes something long defined. They are called communes. Why do we have to give new names to old ideas that have names? Oh, I know. The Oxford Dictionary needs a word … Continue reading

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A Playbook for Tyranny

The framers knew all about tyranny. That was the whole point behind the Declaration of Jndependance. It was an indictment on King George’s repressive attitude towards the colonies. It stated that George III was a tyrant and the colonies had … Continue reading

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The American Experiment

How fragile is our Republic? Will our great experiment fail? It seems like this country is divided and that is the new normal. Is it new? We had a civil war. Our country stayed together afterward. America survived that gross … Continue reading

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