22 October 2008
The only reason I can think of to vote for John McCain is Barack Obama. And the only reason I can think of to vote for Barack Obama is John McCain. On the horns of such a dilemma, the choice between a fascist or a communist megalomaniac, my write-in vote for Ron Paul is surely just another pass by a cranky old geezer at the latest windmill. I preface this article with that observation because I don’t want you, my readers, to think I favor one of the dissembling gasbags over the other. It is the . . . → Read More: If the Constitution Were Still in Effect, We’d Have Ourselves a Crisis
20 June 2008
Because of a business decision he made in England some 400 years ago, Thomas Hobson won a flavor of immortality in the vernacular of the English language. Mr. Hobson rented horses and carriages in the university town of Cambridge around the turn of the 17th century. Student’s were notoriously hard on horseflesh, so Hobson was disinclined to offer them the pick of his stable. His invariable policy was to offer the horse nearest the stable door or none at all.
Thus in modern English, the choice “this or none” is named for Mr. . . . → Read More: Hobson’s Choice
25 August 2007
Evidence Suggests Ron Paul Was Cheated
Ron Paul’s fifth place in the Iowa Straw Poll questioned due to voting machine failure, fuzzy figures and conflicts of interest swirl in a nasty stew of ruthless politics.
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16 September 2006
It’s Official – You Can Hack’em (in under a minute)
Princeton students hack voting machines in under an hour. Malware could change vote totals without being detected. MORE HERE
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5 July 2006
As George II’s war swollen popularity evaporates, many recall the 2000 election and suggest that getting rid of the Electoral College would do much, or at least something, to improve the political climate in America. In truth eliminating the Electoral College will only mire us deeper in the muck of democracy.
As most of us know, the kindly robot AlGore got more votes in 2000 than George II. Never the less, by carrying Florida, by whatever means, George had a majority of the Electors’ votes, and became president as the Constitution requires. This supposed miscarriage of the will . . . → Read More: Democracy and the Great Legislator of the Universe