Archives: 2012 November

Cintas, The Uniform People becoming the Uniform Cities?

November 6th, 2012, No Comments

While driving around the USA, I came across many trucks with this sign on it advertising hotel linens and other services. The title, “The Uniform People” startled me as it seemed to represent something quite troubling. Uniformity is the enemy of individuality and cultural preservation across states and nations. Zoning laws seem to be increasingly […]

The Specter Of Fascism

November 6th, 2012, No Comments

While looking at the current news about the expansionism of totalitarian governments, I came across this link memorializing Irena Sendler of Poland. Worth a look given the terrible instability of these times.

Political Fever in Greece

November 6th, 2012, No Comments

I’m down with a fever and other maladies from an excess of enthusiasm by private demonstrators using spray cans holding materials you’d rather not inquire into very closely. In the mean time, I’ve been listening to the other forms of fever in this ancestral home of republics. The predictions and endorsements are all in, favoring […]

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