Current Events

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 […]

Current Events

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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]