Author Archives: publiusminimus

Dear Santa, I have been good

Please don’t believe what those DO-NOTHING DEMOCRATS like Shifty Schiff and Naughty Nancy have to say.

My Next Evolution of Musicianship: The American Artist Beef

In which I formally enter onto the historical record the vaguest proof possible that I exist outside this text and your mom’s most cherished memories.

Boris Johnson once bit my sister

In which we discuss the more underappreciated points of yesterday’s election: a quick-and-dirty spread on how disinformation will make you act against your own interests.

Toy Dog Breeds: A Modest Proposal

I have been assured by a very knowing American of my acquaintance in London, that a healthy toy dog breed well nursed at any age is a most delicious, nourishing, and wholesome food, whether stewed, roasted, baked, or boiled; and I make no doubt that it will equally serve in a fricassée or a ragout.

WANTED: Someone to play WOW for me

In an effort to prevent this site from becoming too much of a hellish nightmare-scape of brilliant perspectives, intellectually-stimulating arguments, and finely-crafted articulations about current events and Who America Is? I am submitting to the jury, Evidence #2 that occasionally I play World of Warcraft, and even more occasionally, I have some real shit-takes to […]

The Cash Grab Principle

There are few greater threats to our own long-term interest worse than a system rigged against the Labor Class where everything has to turn transactional for people to make a living.

The Second Bill of Rights

Because the first one wasn’t enough, and it’s well past time to organize on behalf of the Labor Class – or as Adam Smith called it “Society.”

Facebook Awareness; or, Mark Zuckerberg is an alien in a human suit.

This is a short one this Saturday morning that just takes a quick spin ’round the track. We discuss how your data, much like your mom, has everyone else’s hand prints ALL OVER IT.

The violence inherent in the system

You will never know a more wretched hive of scum and villainy than the one you live in. You just can’t see it because the rules and the systems obscure and distort the truth. Just like they’re meant to.

A Limit to Progress; or, How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love Safety

I have seen the enemy and the enemy is us. The people placing TooSafe mechanisms on playground equipment, then complaining about how kids don’t take risks anymore. Bah God! Harrumph!