Collectivism – For the Greater Good, of course

To Die or To Reject? 

Source: Alhambra Investment Partners, by Jeffrey Snider  Commentator Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard reignited a fierce debate this week, though it seems like he correctly surmised at the time anonymity would have been preferable. Speaking with author Charles Murray, Kristol echoed… Read More ›

Left Behind 

Source:, by Howard Kunstler By her public utterances, Betsy DeVos seemed spectacularly unqualified to lead the bureaucratic enterprise called the US Department of Education. But you really have to wonder: could she do any worse than the exalted mandarins of educational… Read More ›

Lost in the Political Wilderness

Source: Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, by Mike Krieger  I have, in numerous previous publications (especially Integral Psychology) given the details of many of those researchers. Here I will simply use one of them as an example. The model is called Spiral Dynamics, based on… Read More ›


Source: Giza Death Star, by Joseph P. Farrell Regular readers of this site are aware that from time to time I have blogged about the controversy over vaccines and autism, and more recently, about vaccines being used covertly, under the guise of… Read More ›

The Truth About The Berkeley Riot

Source: Zero Hedge Seemingly following Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals”, Liberal Progressive Socialists appear to believe, in a Trump world,  “the ends justify the means,” as evidenced by the farce in Berkeley this week. Any and everything is justified by a lying… Read More ›