Moral Conflict in America

After reading a review of Aleksandr Dugin’s 1997 ‘Foundations of Geopolitics,’ I downloaded an AI translated copy myself (the book was originally published in Russian). This excerpt stood out: While […]

Migrants as Weapons Systems

I came across a good paper titled, ‘Migrants as a Weapons System,’ by Aaron R. Petty published in Journal of National Security Law & Policy in 2022. Some excerpts: “In […]

Beautiful Trouble and Hamas

During the 2020 riots in the US, I became aware of this site: From their About page: I checked back on the site after the October 7, 2023 Hamas […]

Networked Activism vs Attrition Warfare

I encountered an interesting essay titled, ‘Maneuver Warfare Is Not Dead, But It Must Evolve.’ Context: Here’s an excerpt from the essay for those not familiar with what is meant […]

Mises: Our Leftist Economic Thinking

excerpts from an essay by Ludwig von Mises published in The Freeman (1952). The pseudo-liberals monopolize the teaching jobs at many universities. Bureaus gave them the mentality of authoritarianism The […]

Hayek on Privately Issued Competing Currencies

In a 1980 interview with Silver and Gold Report, Friedrich Hayek made an argument for privately issued competing currencies. He was asked about it again in 1984 and said:

Communist Revolution USA w Foreign Ties

I had written before about foreign influence in domestic conflict in Moral Conflict in America – providing examples of Soviet Union and China exploiting racial tension in America. I want […]

Microbial metabolites as risk factors for Parkinson’s disease

Researchers at the University of Vienna have discovered a microbial metabolite that destroys dopamine-producing neurons. From the press release: “…the researchers focused on a metabolite produced by the bacterium Streptomyces […]

Georges Sorel: The Power of Myths

excerpts from Reflections on Violence (1908): “As long as there are no myths accepted by the masses, one may go on talking of revolts indefinitely without ever provoking any revolutionary […]

Bob Jones: Strategic Influence

Bob Jones was a guest on ep 56 of the Cognitive Crucible. From the podcast description: “During this thought provoking episode, Mr. Bob Jones asserts that governance is a critical […]

Vices Are Self Harm

From Aristotle’s ‘Nicomachean Ethics’ (1566) preceding line, “Therefor the good man should be a lover of self (for he will both…” People need to hear stories and see acts which […]