Archive for 'antistate'
The last person Sunni interviewed for Sunni’s Salon at Endervidualism was Mike Gogulski. Although Mike and I have never met in the flesh, I regard him as a good friend. I greatly admire his courage and principles. I have believed avoiding cops to be a good policy for many years. Mike’s story brings home that […]
Who can take your money, with a twinkle in their eye; take it all away and give it to some other guy? The government. The government can.
I remember the Kent State killings very well. I was just the right age for the military draft but had gotten lucky with a 1Y classification (at least until they eliminated that, and then I lucked out with a high lottery number). Of the people my age which I knew well enough to talk with […]
People in America who oppose big government may often feel as though they might want to “get out.” However, where can one go? Not Australia.
Another big loss . . . Good bye, Hippy Dippy Weatherman.
I often enjoy Annalee Newitz’s commentary at io9. It makes its way into Ender’s Review often. While browsing through the postings at io9 this week I came upon this. Of course, like with The Matrix — which used AI constructs to portray agents of the power elite — Hollywood wouldn’t go for a more explicit […]
In those five years many new “enabling acts” have been enacted.
I try to analyze political events from a cui bono (who benefits) angle, among others. Who benefits here? Well, neither Ron Paul nor Barack Obama seem to gain much. However, the duopoly does quite well as a result.
Yesterday, during my perusal of my reader feeds, I came upon a plethora of amateur videos from the Led Zeppelin concert at the O2 in England. I found one of “Stairway to Heaven” and posted it here. YouTube may have pulled that video (as Sunni says in her comment here). I don’t blame YouTube. I […]