Analysis of John Galt’s speech: Sacrifice

One of the chief themes of Galt's speech is the idea that society had begun to hold sacrifice as its highest virtue, but Galt points out that in society's twisted morality, societies concept of sacrifice was not that of noble self-sacrifice, it was responding to the demands of others that was held as a virtue. Virtue, in this fallen system, was to accede to the demands of others, even to the point of going against one's own best self-interest.

LR Podcast, S3E16: Fear: The Coin of the Left’s Realm

 Fear is the coin of the realm for the Left. They employ tactics of fear and even terror to control others.  They use deception to exaggerate the nature of the danger, then they exaggerate or even falsify the effectiveness of their solutions.  They in turn fear that if they are not in control, someone else will be, or even worse...no one else, and that scares them the most.

LR Podcast, S3E15: Poking the bear

There is a time and place for those angered by the raid on Trump's home, that time is November, and the place is the ballot box.  The Democrats will do anything to marginalize and demonize Trump and his supporters.  We must not be baited into acting as they would, as demonstrated during the summer of 2020. 

LR Podcast, S3E14: JP’s Dystopic Journal

Postmodernism is a philosophy that refutes the notion of objective reality. It refutes the Enlightenment notion that Man advances his situation mainly though reason. Enlightenment philosophies are the basis of modern Western democracies in general, and of the United States in particular. Enlightenment thinking stands in the way of establishing a collectivist Utopia, and so must be supplanted in the body-politic by the post-modern viewpoint. Postmodernism can be said then, to be the philosophic means to that collectivist end.

Our dystopia and how we got in it.

The ends the Left have in mind is some sort of collectivist Utopia. Before they can build their brave new world, they must tear down the old one. Postmodernism is a philosophy that refutes the notion of objective reality. It refutes the Enlightenment notion that Man advances his situation mainly though reason.

LR Podcast, S3E13: A 3rd Party?

A New third party?  Reporting by Sharyl Attkisson and Tim Reid for Reuters talks about a new third party called the "Forward" party to compete with the Republicans and Democrats that is due to launch this fall. Is this the real deal, or just a party to run spoiler candidates against one party or the other?  Why hasn't America had a successful third party?