Category Archives: Philosophy

Democracy: The God That Failed

Judge Andrew Napolitano has written an interesting article called, “What If Democracy Is a Fraud?” “What if you were allowed to vote only because it didn’t make a difference? What if no matter how you voted the elites always got … Continue reading

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Roger Scruton: How to Be a Non-Liberal, Anti-Socialist Conservative

Great Britain As I have researched the decline and fall of Haiti, I have grown more interested in the origin and spread of the ideas that led to this disaster, and the pathology of the liberal mindset that has sustained … Continue reading

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Justice: Equality or Inequality?

Alabama Here’s the link to the Facebook discussion in which I spend much of my time arguing that justice is inequality and discrimination.

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Confederate History Month 2012: The Counter Current, or Slavery Principles (1856)

Louisiana “We begin a great conservative reaction. We attempt to roll back the Reformation in all its phases.” – George Fitzhugh, 1863 George Fitzhugh’s “The Counter Current, or Slavery Principles” appeared in the July 1856 edition of DeBow’s Review. “The … Continue reading

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Jonathan Bowden Has Passed Away

Britain OD was saddened to learn this afternoon that our irrepressible Nietzschean comrade Jonathan Bowden has died of a heart attack in the UK. I had the pleasure of meeting Bowden in 2009. I’ve yet to meet anyone in the … Continue reading

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Confederate History Month 2012: The True Question: A Contest for the Supremacy of Race, as Between the Saxon Puritan of the North, and the Norman of the South (1861)

Virginia William Falconer’s The True Question: A Contest for the Supremacy of Race, as Between the Saxon Puritan of the North, and the Norman of the South appeared in the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond in July 1861: “The Southern … Continue reading

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Confederate History Month 2012: Robert Barnwell Rhett on the “Age of Reason”

South Carolina Here’s another except from Rhett: The Turbulent Life and Times of a Fire-Eater on the Enlightenment: “And there was another threat. At Beaufort College, Barnwell Smith (Rhett) absorbed from Petigru a detestation of “pernicious dogmas” of what Smith … Continue reading

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Confederate History Month 2012: Nathaniel Beverley Tucker on Race and Secession

Virginia Nathaniel Beverley Tucker of Virginia, the half brother of John Randolph, is one of the most obscure, but ultimately one of the most important cultural figures in the creation of the Confederacy. In many ways, Tucker was the architect … Continue reading

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Confederate History Month 2012: A Southern Republic and a Northern Democracy (1863)

Virginia Frank A. Alfriend’s A Southern Republic and a Northern Democracy appeared in the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond in May 1863: “It is no disparagement of the wisdom and patriotism of our forefathers, for us who have survived the … Continue reading

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Confederate History Month 2012: The Races of Men (1860)

Virginia This is an excerpt from Henry Washington’s The Races of Men which appeared in the Southern Literary Messenger in Richmond in April 1860: “I now come to my second proposition, that there is, and always has been, not merely … Continue reading

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