November 18, 2008

These People are In The Grass, and they are Snakes.

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editor @ 8:52 pm

November 6, 2008

Conservative Ideals Become Crude Precepts: Jeffrey Scheuer

“The foundational principle of liberalism is the relative complexity of its intellectual and moral-political universe.
…Conversely, the quintessential feature and great polemical asset of conservatism is its relative simplicity. (more…)

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editor @ 10:38 pm

Our Friend and Correspondent at the University forwards us the following MISSIVE FROM THE NEW FRONTIER…

Things You May Not Have Considered In Making Your Decision To Vote For Obama:

* Obama has never publicly stated that he is not a flesh vehicle for a team of tiny aliens. (more…)

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editor @ 12:09 am

November 5, 2008

HYPOCRISY IS BAD: A Deliberate, Numbing Assault on Our Public Conversation

This is a long Essay: 3000 words. Only required for graduate-level credit.



We are all hypocrites. We are all immature. Some of us are more intellectually and ethically honest about it than others. There is no dishonor in honesty. (more…)

A Species of Evil: Sam Harris.

“It is time we realized that to presume knowledge where one has only pious hope is a species of evil.”

Harris, Sam: The End Of Faith. 2004: W.W. Norton, New York. pp. 225

October 27, 2008

“Brazilian…” or “Esquimo?”

Our Gracious Correspondent has sent us a handy List of Things You Might Not have Considered in Making your Decision to Vote for Obama. It is posted here as a Feature, dated 27 October 2008. If you haven’t seen it, we suggest that you do so.

But we have since had the following thoughts. Amusing as it is to think of Barrack Obama having a “Brazilian” among his Nethers, our thoughts immediately turn (more…)

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editor @ 2:03 pm

“Economy” and “The Democracy:” DEFINITION FOR A NEW WORLD ORDER

We recently read The Rule of Freedom by Patrick Joyce (2003, London, Verso). We saw the following sentence:

“The legitimacy of parliamentary sovereignty came increasingly to be centered in entities such as ‘public opinion’, ‘the people’, ‘the democracy’, eventually ‘democracy’ itself…” (more…)

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