Game Over: The World is Finished. Democracy Cannot Help Us Now.

In echoing Christ’s Sermon on the Mount during a June 16, 1858 address in Springfield, Illinois, Abraham Lincoln declared that the United States of America, as a house divided, cannot stand. In that heated Zeitgeist of antebellum America, the 49-year old future president did not believe America could endure as ‘permanently half slave and half…

Sphere Sovereignty in the Postmodern World

Postmodernism is difficult to define because, according to its adherents’ worldview, to define it is to assume no definitive terms, boundaries nor absolute truths exist. For instance some question whether nationalism, politics, religion and warfare are byproducts of the primordial human mentality; if truth in itself is only an illusion; whether Christianity can claim primacy or…

The Left-Wing Normalization of the Great American Crisis

Americans well-versed in historical axioms recall one of its most iconic founding fathers, John Adams, phrasing to his beloved wife, Abigail, while boarded in Philadelphia on 7 July 1775 that “Liberty once lost is lost forever.” Yet few so educated either appreciate or understand from what perspective Adams had projected and in how liberty was lost, given they each…

The Separation of Church and State That’s Never Been

Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, in mocking Winston Churchill at Tehran in 1943, asked, “God is on your side? Is He a Conservative? The Devil’s on my side, he’s a good Communist.” The hypocrisy was not in, of course, Stalin favoring Satan over God, but rather that “God’s not unjust, he doesn’t actually exist,” for He…