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    Amidst The Darkening Gloom: A Political Journey

    It’s hard to know where it began. A few months ago I read an article on the internet that claimed that the moment bipartisan amity in Congress began to end was with the uncharitable and immensely hostile denial of confirmation from eminent jurist Robert Bork. After that the tit-for-tat treatment of Rep. Jim Wright showed that the mood had soured on both parties. From that | Read More »

    Seeing Red

    There are some striking and uncomfortable similarities between populism as it is expressed in Thailand and the United States. Since 2000, we have all been made familiar with the map of the United States that shows red, blue, and purple areas, and given that we are here on a site called “Red State” it is (or should be) very clear which side we are on. | Read More »

    A Thin Line Between Libertarian And Libertine

    Note:  This entry has been cross-posted at Edge Induced Cohesion [1]. I do not consider myself a libertarian. This is not to say that there are not some definitions of libertarian that would not apply to me (there are), but rather when I look at what passes for “mainstream” libertarian I want nothing to do with whatsoever unless I am wearing a hazmat suit. As | Read More »