It’s Not You, It’s Me

It’s Not You, It’s Me

An outsider that looked at a system of 90% disapproval, with 90% non-adaptivity, would conclude there was some kind of fundamental flaw. Most Americans agree this is true of our political system. Ask a spectrum of Americans if they think the system is broken, and...
Lawsuit Frivolity

Lawsuit Frivolity

Anyone who thought we would escape pandemic year election 2020 without maximum self-inflicted agony has not been paying attention. Naturally, lawyers have added a heapin-helpin. That a judge is throwing out Republican lawsuits in Pennsylvania that contest the election...
Will They Listen?

Will They Listen?

Election day finally came and went. The final outcome of the Presidential contest appears to still be several days away, and perhaps weeks if we get into recounts and contested balloting, but at this juncture, it’s more likely than not that Joe Biden will be...
That’s Rich

That’s Rich

Much mockery has been made of young socialists in America decrying and denouncing capitalism using social media on their iPhones. Deservedly so – these youngsters routinely fail to realize that the reason their lives are so good, so easy, and so full of the free...
Sending A Message

Sending A Message

Election Day approacheth. In every iteration since, oh, about 1984, I’ve viewed its advent with a mix of resignation and detachment. Not apathy – I had and have a strong interest in who’ll win and how the political landscape will change as a result,...
Principled Rejection

Principled Rejection

As I’ve noted ad nauseam on these pages, too many libertarians love, love, LOVE to denounce each other. More so, even, than their denouncement of non-libertarians of both the Left and the Right. It’s shallow moral preening, virtue-signaling,...