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Category Archives: social sciences
Civil war, a revolution, is unavoidable. The biggest problem to understanding this is the false image of a two-party system. The elites have managed to keep the population distracted by a false dichotomy between left and right. While that may … Continue reading →
Just for the record: My use of Oester and Odin as symbols are a matter of semantic choice; it’s grammar in the sense of usage — what’s familiar to the broadest portion of the reading audience. One of the few … Continue reading →
A few readers didn’t want to comment on the previous post, but have chatted with me through other means. The questions seem to share a few common themes, so let me try to put out the fire, as it were. … Continue reading →
I’m going to summarize this to save you the time chasing all the references. I’ve been saying that the nature of political conflict in the West has changed dramatically in just a few decades. The powers that be cannot pull … Continue reading →
In concept, debt is an obligation to pay. When too much debt piles up, servicing the debt absorbs economic productivity. There is no growth, so the system begins grinding to a halt. Nobody in their right mind can imagine all … Continue reading →
It’s like a hilarious movie; I find the current political scene quite entertaining. I shouldn’t have to post links to the mainstream media’s complaints that Russia hacked our election in favor of Trump. The CIA was always a globalist cabal; … Continue reading →
You don’t have to read this; it’s not essential to our parish business. It’s just me. I’m trying to avoid sounding cryptic, but it would probably take a small book to explain what I see. Nobody has to remind you … Continue reading →