Monthly Archives: December 2015

Lesser of Two …

It has been said that when a man chooses the lesser of two evils, evil still wins. The statement is so obviously true that realists often ignore this basic principle, often justifying the choice as “incremental change for the better”. … Continue reading

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Racism Camoflaged

I find “African” used as a substitute for “Black” or “negroid” somewhat grating, especially when one considers North Africa, South Africa, and to a lesser extent Northeast Africa where the numerically greater racial designation is often properly “caucasoid”. The proper … Continue reading

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The Election’s New Clothes

It is possible to win the election with only 11 states, the most populous including CA and NY (blue states) and 9 others. In reality, since at least one of those states is Texas (red state), it is unlikely this … Continue reading

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Do We Get a Vote This Time?

In the news — Both Trump and Carson are talking about leaving the Republican Party again. Talk of a Brokered Convention is rampant. My thoughts — The GOP is trying to limit our choices to the Approved Slate. How is … Continue reading

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