Author Archives: publiusminimus

The Greatest American Civic Solution Heretofore Unknown to Modern Mankind

There’s an easy solution that will address a few of our modern problems, and it’s all just one click away. Would you like to know more?

Of Economics and Entitlements

The thing about eating the rich is 30 minutes later you get hungry again and want to go right back and eat some more.

The Rent IS too damned high

Jesus, is it ever, and what it fosters! Bad waves of paranoia, madness, fear and loathing, intolerable vibrations in this (or any) place. Get out! The weasels are closing in. We can smell the ugly brutes.

Vulture Capitalism and You: A Primer

They’re coming for the poor, and you won’t say anything because you’re not poor, you’re just down on your luck, right?

Alternative title: Eat the Rich Before the Rich Eat You, Volume 8

Individualism vs Collectivism: The “I over We” problem

On a long enough timeline, all things face the inevitable choice to either adapt or die, from single-cell organisms to complex systems. Likelihood is minimal that societies are any different.

Take those jobs and shove ’em

The Economic Masters are at it again. This time, trying to convince us all through their lackeys at WSJ that the latest, decreased jobs numbers mean GROWTH!

War is Still a Racket

And the Defense Industry will win your shitty little mind over to their cause every time, because they own the psychologists, politicians and talking heads, and know they can trigger you with words and phrases like “patriotism” and “support the troops.”

Taxation Isn’t Theft

It is the law of the land. So shall it be said, so shall it be done. For any libertarians joining us, your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.

Trust-Busting Web 2.0; or, Last Stop Before the Guillotines

They’ve taken and profited off your data, wrecked your privacy, flooded the Internet with disinformation. Now it’s time to take something back. Let’s talk regulation of Big Tech.

War On Christmas, 2019

A reflection of battles won. We’d say “and battles lost” but that would make us liars, and we’re exceedingly good at the War on Christmas. Happy Holidays!