The Unbearable Whiteness of Being by Bill Buppert

  Publisher’s Note: Close the schools, every one of them. There is an opportunity here as some of the laziest people in human history, teachers in K-PhD, demand and clamor to retain their salary and benefits which have always been far more generous than they should thanks to unions and tenure for teachers and professors

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Police Academy: The Totalitarian Trail of Tears by Bill Buppert

“The fall of moral civilization has always been brought about by those who were “just doing their jobs”.” ― Jeremy Grantham Publisher’s Note:  Welcome to the new and improved ZeroGov. Protected for now from the vagaries and barbaric sensibilities of the Robespierres of the Silicon Slavers.  A few thoughts. The fate of statuary in America

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The Unmasking by Bill Buppert

  “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― Buckminster Fuller “Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life.” ― Bob Marley   Publisher’s Note: Think you have the stones to rebel,

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The Peking Pox and the End of America by Bill Buppert

      “In any bureaucracy, the people devoted to the benefit of the bureaucracy itself always get in control, and those dedicated to the goals the bureaucracy is supposed to accomplish have less and less influence, and sometimes are eliminated entirely…. In any bureaucratic organization there will be two kinds of people: those who

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Lysenko Lives! The Corona Cargo Cult by Bill Buppert

  Publisher’s Note: The Peter Principle informs all government action, prove me wrong. What you are witnessing live before your very eyes is a culmination of decades of government supremacist indoctrination that has rendered common sense obsolete, economic illiteracy fashionable and haute couture and the expert culture on display in all its fabulist glory. Fuck

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Rekindling the Flame After the Collapse by Bill Buppert

I am an incurable bibliophile who has a substantial library holding. I even had a library annex in my former house at the Circle A Ranch.  Once we acquire new digs here in Arizona I will be making a more portable solution by building an outbuilding with floor to ceiling bookshelves that is air-conditioned. The

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Generations of War in the New Century by Bill Buppert

  “The enemy will pass slowly from the offensive to the defensive. The blitzkrieg will transform itself into a war of duration. Thus, the enemy will be caught in a dilemma: He has to drag out the war in order to win it, and does not possess, on the other hand, the psychological and political

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Close But No Cigar: The State is Terror by Bill Buppert

“It is the greatest truth of our age: information is not knowledge.” – Caleb Carr Barack Obama is a facile and Machiavellian intriguer of the highest order. I will leave to others in the commentariat to discuss his bona fides for President, his abhorrent collectivist notions of governing and all the other platitudes that point

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Why I Fight for a World Without the State by Bill Buppert

Publisher’s Note:  Max V over at his site published this broadside this morning against his tactical competitors in the training industry. He kindly asked that I make mention of his post over there. Along the way he assumes I write to him in this post. He is mistaken. My site has the curious sobriquet of

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The Other American Revolution: Cops as Armed Leninists by Bill Buppert

“What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or in the holy name of liberty or democracy?” Mahatma Gandhi I have spent many years writing and railing against the police state with far more competent observers like William Grigg

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Hold Death Dear and the State Will Vanish by Bill Buppert

“Life is slavery if the courage to die is absent.” – Seneca Fear is the mind killer. I just finished a multi-part series on Stoicism with Brett Veinotte at the School Sucks Project. We covered plenty of ground but I wanted to tease out what I think is something rarely if ever discussed. The Stoic

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Popcorn Sutton: Whiskey Rebel by John Meyers

John penned this a couple years ago and the spirit of Popcorn deserves a mention today in these tumultuous times.He represented a more authentic America where he feared for nothing and made his own way without harming another human being. Neal Hutcheson at Sucker Punch Pictures released his splendid documentary on Sutton. I urge all

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Rules of Civility for the Coming Endarkenment by Bill Buppert

Publisher’s Note: My wife home-educated all of our children and the last remaining child we have at home. We have two graduated from college now. As part of her networking, she has hosted a six part practicum for fellow home-educators on Manners and Etiquette in the past. I remembered that George Washington had devised a

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The Enthusiastic Warbride by Bill Buppert

“In war, truth is the first casualty.” – Aeschylus “War is the health of the State. It automatically sets in motion throughout society those irresistible forces for uniformity, for passionate cooperation with the Government in coercing into obedience the minority groups and individuals which lack the larger herd sense. The machinery of government sets and

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America: Dead Man Walking by Bill Buppert

The Occupy Wall Street protesters continue to cling to life despite the occupant of the Offal Office doing everything in its power to see their twisted Soviet vision of humanity wrested from imagination into life. The OWS economic illiterates and Marxoid drones are products of the statist school system who can’t get enough big government.

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Winston Churchill: Champion of the Warfare/Welfare State

Publisher’s Note: I love a good turn of phrase and the proper elocution of the English language.  I find Winston Churchill to be one of the most eloquent and well-versed humans in rhetoric and literature.  I found myself in thrall of his ideas for a while enchanted by his articulation and my then-perceived notion that

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