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3 Minute Critique of Libertarianism

Lughnasa                                                                         Waning Honey Extraction Moon “Take time to deliberate, but when the time for action has arrived, stop thinking and go in.” – Napoleon Bonaparte Of course, we know where Bonaparte’s style got him.  Elba.  Even so he does cut … Continue reading

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A Special Place in Hell

Lughnasa                                                          Full Honey Extraction Moon “The hottest places in hell are reserved for those, who in times of moral crisis, do nothing.” – Dante Alighieri Moral crisis.  Means different things to different people.  Right now I see three moral crises … Continue reading

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The 4th of July

Mid-Summer                                                     Waxing Honey Flow Moon Independence Day.  Celebrating our ancestor’s victory over the British army and considering how their enlightenment ideals apply to our time.  Happy 4th of July! For an unreconstructed radical like myself, these are trying times.  I … Continue reading

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How Might We Lose Our Freedoms?

Beltane                                                                            Waning Last Frost Moon “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” – Abraham Lincoln The tea-party folks and all those ronpaulites must love this … Continue reading

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Nut Job Analysis

Beltane                                                                           Waxing Last Frost Moon The Arab Spring.  A nice metaphor.  I remember the Prague Spring.  I have faith in people’s movements when they come out of the genuine frustrations and pains of everyday living.  Ideology bends movements, often turns … Continue reading

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First Amendment

Winter                                                            Waning Moon of the Winter Solstice Walker stands with national peers in support of artistic freedom.  This is a big deal and I’m proud to be part of a community and an artistic/museum community that supports artistic freedom. 54 … Continue reading

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