The Earliest Recorded Direct Democracy

This is the first of four posts about experiments in direct democracy, where ordinary people assume responsibility for running society. The first, over 4,000 years old, is a recorded account of early Frisian society prior to the Roman conquest of Gaul in 52 BC. Imperial Rome dismissed the Frisians and other Germanic tribes as barbarians for the same reason Europeans dismissed Native Americans as savages: because they owned the land communally and rejected authoritarian governance.

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Political Correctness and The Mark of the Beast

This is a time of darkness and an intensification of darkness, as the rampant perversity of materialism becomes preeminent over all things human and spiritual. There are a multitude of horrors that one can point to as being significant in the mix but there is one horror that is greater and more pernicious than all of the others and that is the force of Political Correctness.

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