Category: Uncle’s growing senility

Boys at a Trail Life USA campout in Ooltewah, Tenn., get in early fishing. While their parents may dread an end to the U.S., they should look forward to escape the tyranny of maps. (Photo David Tulis)

Chattanooga’s future in coming disunion

I’ve spent most of the morning reading sections of Leopold Kohr’s book, The Breakdown of Nations (1957). I’m trying to see into his work the prospect for local economy and free market in Chattanooga, Tenn., …
Hillary Clinton is a typical New York Yankee, confident in state intervention at every turn and the joys of foreign wars. (Photo Hillaryclinton.com)

Evangelical vote will decide election

For those who have followed past US presidential elections this 2016 campaign has to be one for the ages. The American electorate has seen everything from the rigging of “super delegates,” to the Democratic candidate …
In Brumidi’s painting “Apotheosis of Washington” in the federal capitol, the Americanized Virgin Mary makes war on fleeing sinners labeled Tyranny and Kingly Power. She is pictured just below a deified George Washington, and is equipped with pentagrams and the Roman eagle as her help.

As tyranny grows, Americans wait helplessly

Chattanoogans and other Americans love their servitude to commercial government. There is perhaps not a better time it was to weigh this assertion than the 4th of July weekend. We are supposed to celebrate the …