Author Archives: Sean Dempsey

LPNH Coup Timeline – Important Letters & Artifacts

Working within my party-elected station as At Large member of the Libertarian Party Executive Committee (“EC”), below are some of my formal communications to the Libertarian National Committee (“LNC”) (and other relevant public communications) regarding the odd matter of this Political Coup happening in the state of New Hampshire. 03/19/2021 – Convention Meeting Minutes (only […]

Wear Your Mask

You should wear masks in the sunYou should wear them when you runYou should wear one before you eatAnd wear three on the toilet seat Wear a mask when you are here;And wear a mask before you’re there.You should wear your mask everywhere! You should wear a mask in the carYou must wear a mask […]

Vaccination Passports: The Only Way Out

I’m terrified! And for good reasons why:We’re all living in a global epidemic!But it’s now clear how to purge our fear—Yet some believe “freedom” is systemic. There are certain times we must rewindThe clock to days of yesteryear;We must all scream: “take your vaccine!”Else the whole world will stay in fear. Put your mask on […]

Trust in Sununu (a Poem)

The drums are all beat, declaring defeat, before the army might have won. And those who embark to live in the dark see shadows where there are none. Light begets light, and a pale truth of right shall always be what remains;Yet dismal masses in fear always are near And force the righteous gleam to wain. […]

Stay Home, Save Lives

Left alone, in my home, I’m out of harm’s way.Dangers of this world won’t get me today.Left alone, in my home, I’ll surely survive.There’s not a thing I won’t do to keep me alive. The world’s now so dark—with despair and disease!I’m safe here. Protected. I feel more at ease.I’ve tv here, and Zoom calls; FaceTime […]

2020: In Pursuit of Life (a Poem)

Wise men once asked what good a man gain the whole world but lose his own soul…Might he sacrifice all that he loves to attain some nebulous goal?For what tragic fool seeking LIFE would trade family, freedom, and song?Would seeking some ‘right,’ at all costs, engender more wrong? By this token, what purpose hath man […]

Was Lockdown Worth the Cost? 18-Month Quest to Find Out What the Data Says

Goal of this Project: to determine, over a 18-24 month period, to see what unambiguous scientific study and scientific research reveals about the efficacy and/or “cost” of global, national, and regional lockdowns. Hypothesis Attempted: I will desire, however, to bring a hypothesis to the forefront of this project and see if the data and scientific […]

When is it Appropriate to Storm the Cathedral?

Recent events at the nation’s Capitol have left true Libertarians with a sense of curious ambivalence. On one hand, I see a bunch of children and fools, championed by a self-serving and pompous puppet-master, forcing their way into the Capitol building for the mere sake of maintaining the status quo. Their mission (supposedly?) was to […]

The Tale of Two Brothers

There once lived two brothers named Dante and Peter. They were orphaned fairly young where they lived, just outside a small remote village far, far away. Dante was the younger brother and had bright eyes; Peter, the elder, had a timid spirit but a warm heart. They were the best of friends and kindred spirits. […]

Jordan Peterson’s Forward to the 50th Anniversary of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Epic ‘The Gulag Archipelago’

The three volumes of The Gulag Archipelago — one continuous, extended scream of outrage — are, paradoxically, brilliant, bitter, disbelieving and infused with awe: awe at the strength characterising the best among us, in the worst of all situations. In that monumental text, published in 1973, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn conducted “an experiment in literary investigation” — a hybrid […]