Archive for October 2010

On Voting

H.L. Mencken On The Morality Of Voting

“Every election is a sort of advance auction sale of stolen goods.”

Emma Goldman On The Practicality Of Voting

“If voting changed anything, they’d make it illegal.”

A Campaign Sign Inspired By Art Hoppe

       Vote for Nobody
   Nobody Will Stop the Wars
  Nobody Will Eliminate Taxes
Nobody Will Respect Your Rights
       Vote for Nobody!

Lew Rockell Tells Us Why He Does Not Vote

John Pugsley Weighs In On The Electoral Process


Joe Sobran, RIP

I tended to dismiss Joe Sobran because of his National Review connection. Just by happenstance, the day before Sobran died, I listened to an audio of an interview Sobran did with Scott Horton. Joe Sobran had come a long way from his unthinking National Review conservatism. The following is from my ever fallible memory:

“If you advocate violence against Americans, you are a liberal. If you advocate violence against foreigners, you are a conservative. If you advocate violence against both Americans and foreigners, you are a moderate. If you advocate violence against nobody, you are a radical.”

Posted October 3, 2010 by Brian Cantin in Uncategorized