The Gulag Archipelago: Unveiling the Power of Lies in Oppression

In “The Gulag Archipelago,” the iconic literary work by Russian writer and dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the author masterfully uncovers the devastating influence of falsehoods within the context of the Soviet labor camp system, famously known as the “Gulag.”

Embracing Reality: Why Pretending Evil Doesn’t Exist Is a Fairy Tale for Grown-Ups

In a world teeming with complexities, it’s quite the feat to ignore the presence of evil. Yet, there are those individuals who don rose-colored glasses, pretending that the sinister underbelly of our existence is nothing more than a bedtime story.

The Moral Decay of Our Nation: Lessons Unlearned from History

The United States of America, a beacon of democracy and freedom, is showing signs of moral decay that should give every citizen pause for thought. At the heart of this decay is the weaponization of federal law enforcement against those with differing political and moral views.

The Administrative Procedure Act: Unraveling Constitutional Concerns

The Administrative Procedure Act (APA) of 1946 is often hailed as a landmark legislation that sought to bring order and transparency to the federal administrative process. However, beneath the veneer of good intentions lie deep-seated constitutional violations that cast a shadow over the legitimacy of the APA and the regulatory state it has spawned. This …

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