Tag Archives: politics

2 Minutes to Midnight

The Doomsday Clock remains unmoved this year at two minutes to midnight. Vox has a good post on it. I quite wish we weren’t being led by clueless, spoiled, children.

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Opt out for sanity

The ability to keep your wits about you when the world has gone topsy-turvy is a very good good thing indeed. One of the ways of “keeping your head” is to avoid unnecessary entanglements. For example: I generally shun click … Continue reading

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Decentralization = Relocalization

Just dropping a link in here to an article on Decentralization, which is just relocalization by another name.

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Stabilizing and Destabilizing Elections

The previous post about Steve King started out as a much longer post that talked about several concepts. In the end I decided it rambled and was weird and, unfortunately, didn’t think to save the 2/3’s of the post I … Continue reading

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Steve King and Destabilization

Connie Schultz did a good job summing up Steve King and the Republican Party’s response to him. I’m sharing this here because I see King as a destabilizer and when you’re already Living In Tumultous Times the last thing in the … Continue reading

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