Archive for August, 2002

On Neocons, Principles, and Ideology:

Wednesday, August 14, 2002 9:22 No Comments

On Neocons, Principles, and Ideology: Neocon pundit “Punch the Bag” has caught on to my penchant for taxonomy. After all, unlike the statist neocons, many of us anti-statists take to a pure definition of our principles without hiding behind a curtain of convenience where those principles are concerned. The Republicans, ummm, I mean “independent pundits” [...]

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The State and its Subjects:

Sunday, August 11, 2002 7:36 No Comments

The State and its Subjects: For those who hate statism, here are some rather obscure books I have read, recently, on the characteristics of the State: R.M MacIver’s The Modern State, Ernst Cassirer’s The Myth of the State, William Ebenstein’s Man and the State, and Raoul E. Desvernine’s Democratic Despotism.

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The Ultimate Decision: I

Sunday, August 11, 2002 6:53 No Comments

The Ultimate Decision: I find Kathleen Parker’s latest column to be very interesting. Besides conveying that marriage is the bedrock of a civilized society, she links that institution to father’s rights. It is known that men today suffer in divorces, and their rights as fathers can be whitewashed by a liberal court system that panders [...]

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The War Against Boys, Men,

Wednesday, August 7, 2002 18:02 Comments Off

The War Against Boys, Men, and Patriarchy: The latest issue of The New Republic has a very interesting book review. Margaret Talbot has reviewed gender studies professor Carol Gilligan’s latest book, The Birth of Pleasure. Gilligan, for those unaware, became one of the intellectual feminists’

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