Duly Noted - Russia and Crimea: Have You Read Enough?

Duly NotedIf you think so, you need to reconsider.

 

The initial endeavor of newsmen is to “tell all”. Except when the gathering of information imperils the journalist’s life, that is the easy part. Alas, the bare facts get the public bored. By the [...]

Examining Russia’s Crimean Problem

 

As a major power Russia has always had a problem. That problem is its coastline, or rather the lack thereof. Compare it to America and its three coasts, all of which have numerous warm water port facilities, and the problem becomes stark. Russia has a lot of coast, but much of it is either [...]

Duly Noted - About Russian Matters, Because Russia Matters

Duly NotedPast aggression is resolutely fought but the present’s cases are met with restraint.

 

Much that comments upon Russia’s Crimean adventure is self-serving. Some moves are made to act as excuses to:

(1) Maintain the moral high ground while

(2) A costly response is avoided [...]

Duly Noted - An Alert Born Out of the Womb of Experience.

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An aberration’s path from rejection to tolerance and then to approval.

 

Success, especially when inherited and not earned, stimulates arrogance. The so cursed think themselves to be immune from the consequences of errors that they exclude them from the realm of the [...]

Duly Noted - A Disobedience that Enrages “Europe”

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Find out why the operators of guided democracy begin to fear their peoples.

 

Precarious is the existence of small countries because they are easily overlooked. Would we knowingly crush a worm crossing the sidewalk? Not seeing the little fellow, we take the step to [...]

Neocon Things That Make You Go Hmmm...

As a Southern paleocon who has often argued with Unionist neocons over the virtue of the Union invasion of the South and the merits of Lincoln, the current events taking place in Ukraine and the neocons’ reaction to it has me scratching my head. Let’s see…

Neocons, especially those of the Straussian variety, allegedly oppose [...]

Duly Noted - A Revolt of the Masses

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This installment of Duly Noted departs from the posting’s usual pattern. A seemingly small event has occurred that sheds light on what might be, a yet partially hidden, long-term trend of fundamental significance.

The venue of the deed is Switzerland. That country might be [...]

Duly Noted - New Tags for Old Problems

Duly Noted Inventive labels do not heal what they cover up.

Labels can change an object’s perceived meaning while the traits of the verbally recycled item remain unchanged. Through this process, the good is redone as bad, black may mute into white, and [...]

Duly Noted - Coercion and Concord

Duly NotedA contemporary tale told in the past tense.

In 2014, the world recalls the “Great War” of 1914. Already the gap between the terminology used then, and the rating applied now, are thought provoking. The Great War held its title for twenty years. Then, [...]

Duly Noted – The Right of Migration

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Duly Noted – Revealing Tidbits

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Duly Noted – Some Plain Talk About Rights

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Duly Noted – Guaranteed Income, Pay Limits – The New Drugs of Public Life?

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Duly Noted – The Nations’ Calling Card

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Duly Noted – Small Items of Great Concern

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Duly Noted – The Backward People And Leftist Democracy

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France Wakes Up To A Socialist Reality: Will America?

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Duly Noted – Union and Compulsion.

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Duly Noted – Arms, Liberty and Security.

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Duly Noted – Lies About War and Peace to Further a Cause

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Duly Noted – Europe’s Union: Dictate or Democracy

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Duly Noted – Giving Europe What It Needs But Does Not Want.

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Duly Noted – Who Pays For What?

Allotments create takers and support well-paid bureaucracies. A perceptive, inquisitive and respected friend inspires this week’s Duly Noted. Sam L., who manages his own business, heads a community level grass-roots organ of a Swiss political… [...]

Duly Noted – An Homage to the Past to Save the Future.

Invention is a means to overcome non-conforming facts. We like to ignore the forces that will determine our lives. The prize of shortsightedness is high for those that ignore the discernible trends. Frequently, what the unaware regards as a positi… [...]

Duly Noted – The Punk-Test of Liberty’s Limits.

Not every vulgarity is art, and not every publicly performed perversion is political protest. Can one handle fish and not smell? Is it possible to spread honey without becoming sticky? Could “Pussy Riot” be discussed and not stoop to their leve… [...]






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