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“Watchdog or Lapdog?” (1991 Revisited)

[ed. After talking to a veteran comrade about our most recent posts (on Sheriff Baca, Fullerton and the LAPD), he dug through his archives and produced the following long-form article about police accountability, originally published in 1991 in “Minority Trendsletter,” a … Continue reading

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Why We Go: On Taking the “I” Out of Nietzsche and Becoming Wetzscheans Together

If you were in the streets of Fullerton on Saturday, January 18th, 2014 – you assuredly encountered a strange tension. No, it didn’t come from the Fullerton Police, who made a tactical decision to avoid any overt presence at the … Continue reading

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Making Topiaries Out of Hedges

MAKING TOPIARIES OUT OF HEDGES; #TRIMHEDGES (ed. Originally published Feb. 9, 2012 – here!) Fascifists like Tina Dupuy from Crooks & Liars (and others immersed in the careerist, “liberal establishment”) have been falling over themselves to denounce, defame, and perhaps worst … Continue reading

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The Liberal Phallusy

THE LIBERAL PHALLUSY (originally published: January 13th, 2012 here) OLA has always been different from the other, similar sized Occupy movements across the world. Unlike OWS, Occupy Oakland, Occupy Portland or Occupy the London Stock Exchange, OLA is passive, reactive … Continue reading

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