A Review of “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook”

Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook by Mark Bray My rating: 5 of 5 stars These days? An absolutely essential book. Necessary, especially in 2020 America. Because most Americans haven't been exposed to historical fascism the way Europeans have, most don't have an accurate, complete or in some cases any understanding at all about this very dangerous …

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On Aristotle’s “Politics”

Politics by AristotleMy rating: 2 of 5 stars Doesn't live up to his reputation. But then, some feel he himself didn't live up to his reputation. Or more realistically, that there were others possibly more deserving of his reputation and legacy. I believe many scholars have determined Democritus (with his mentor Leucippus) were actually more …

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On Senator Cotton’s Opposition to D.C. Statehood: An Examination Using Hard Data re the Variables To Which He Alludes

A couple of days ago, CNN reported Arkansas Republican U.S. Senator Tom Cotton made some idiotic comments and assertions in response to the House passing legislation to introduce Washington D.C. as an official state. He replied Wyoming is substantially more deserving because it is a “well-rounded working-class state.” Aside from the transparent reasons for his …

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Book Review: Henry Ford’s “The International Jew”

The International Jew by Henry Ford My rating: 2 of 5 stars This is an unusual book to give a rating to or write a review about. I'd read quite a bit about this book before ever reading this book. (And I'm currently reading two interesting books on the man. They are Max Wallace's The …

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Governors reopening their states are endangering American lives

I ran across this excellent article I wish I had written by Jill Filipovic on CNN. For those of you who feel the few Republican governors who are doing this are doing so prematurely and stupidly and thus unnecessarily risking the lives of their respective states's citizens, this article will more than confirm that belief. …

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Book Review: A Foreign Policy for the Left

A Foreign Policy for the Left by Michael Walzer My rating: 1 of 5 stars Weak. I've been a progressive/"liberal" for most of my adult life but over the past five years have become really disgusted with the group. While I cannot stand (even believe) where the far right has gone, A) the left could …

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Welcome to the Space Force LinkedIn Outer Space Warfare Discussion Group

I received a very interesting and unique email last week regarding a LinkedIn group of which I'm a member. There are several things that make it fairly unique. For one thing, while this is not necessarily the first time, it still is very rare to receive a message of this nature via email sent specifically …

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