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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Two Realities by Norman Imberman

Basically, there are two factions that exist in the world, when it comes to metaphysics and epistemology. The basic premises they maintain are at odds and determine how they conduct their lives and the conclusions they come to when it involves moral and political issues. They see reality differently—one hundred eighty degrees of difference. This

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The Constitution: The God That Failed (To Liberate Us From Big Government) by Bill Buppert

  Publisher’s Note:  September 17 is the day the serfs in the tax jurisdiction known as America celebrate Constitution Day.  We hear all the usual ill-informed and ahistorical notions celebrating what was in essence one of the most savvy and lucrative political coups in Western history. The Antifederalists were right, the Constitution was an elegant trap

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Conservatives Beware: The Seed of Big Government by Norman Imberman

Along with conservatives, I too believe in small government as opposed to liberals, who believe in big government, or at least their behavior demonstrates a belief in big government.  Thomas Jefferson is famous for writing that “the government that rules best is the government that rules least.”  The first settlers were specifically aware of the

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Imperial Conditioning and the American State by Bill Buppert

  “If the machine of government is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law” ― Henry David Thoreau Imperial conditioning is the means by which a state through subtle and overt means make obedience to government a habit and sole course

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Ethics 101 by Chris Dates

When using the Socratic jackhammer against statists, it’s usually not more than a couple blows of the anvil before we arrive at what the state actually is–a group of individuals exercising the use of force against other individuals. Ultimately, this is the core of the state’s power; the use of force to maintain its order.

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The Youth Road to Serfdom by Bill Buppert

“A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against his government.” – Edward Abbey We just got finished watching the older movie, Red Dawn, the other day and it struck me how out of touch modern American teenagers are to the protagonists in the film.  I get it; the film is homage to

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Killing the Killers by Chloe Buppert

My sixteen year old daughter crafted this paper for her first college class and wanted dear old Dad to post it on his blog.  So here I will fill my filial obligation to my spirited young filly.  I am certainly opposed to the death penalty myself because I think no state should have any power to take the lives of its citizens.  It

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Government is the Engine for Perverse Incentives by Bill Buppert

  Manners are the lubricant of civilization and so are incentives.  Incentives, whether good or bad, make the world go ‘round. When drugs are illegal such as the wide variety of illicit hallucinogens proscribed by the rulers in America, they don’t go away.  Prices rise in the black market attracting guerrilla entrepreneurs who emulate government

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Happy Dependence Day! Preamble to the 1977 Soviet Constitution Slightly Modified to American Standards by Bill Buppert

Publisher’s Note:  I took a stab at modifying the 1776 American Declaration of Independence to present standards of governance and cowardice and discovered that  much would be left out on the cutting floor and severe alterations to verbiage would be necessary to keep the homo sovieticus booboisie in America from filling their pants and gibbering

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Dressed for a Funeral by Chris Dates

“What to the slave is the 4th of July?” -Frederick Douglass I slammed the hood shut on a car I was working on the other day, and something caught my eye. There was a sticker on the windshield that struck me as odd, and immediately I couldn’t help but notice the irony. It was a

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Home Education for Free Minds by Lilo Gray

Having homeschooled for the better part of 17 years now, I have an abounding amount of thoughts on the subject. Pros, cons, do’s and don’ts, successes and failures. There is a lot to know and many philosophical decisions to be made, not only initially, but continually as my family’s goals and beliefs are honed and sharpened. But

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