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Ep29: Pragmatic Scaling

Pragmatic Scaling

Rather than focusing on doomsday insurgencies against tyranny, like a recent ammo.com article described, it’s more pragmatic to use the Constitutional prescription for the security of a free state. It’s time to change the narrative on the use of arms in a just society, particularly to curtail the designs of rogue officials. Strategies from the […]

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Ep28: Heart of the Problem

Heart Of The Problem

Problem Identification and Solution Today we go to the heart of the political-economic problem confronting the United States, and the world for that matter, to find Constitutional solutions scholar-warriors can implement and seize the initiative. This episode is largely based on an article by Dr. Edwing Vieira: http://edwinvieira.com/edwin206.htm Problem Solving Requires Resilience The enlightened samurai-scholar […]

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Ep27: Destructive Patterns

Destructive Patterns

Patterns For Success Or Ill Good intentions are not enough, yet all action begins with ideas.  The burden of sifting and sorting through the myriad stimuli bombarding us on a daily basis, preventing us from gaining clarity in our goals, could be the most significant challenge confronting us on the path to success. What is […]

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Ep25: Grappling With Reality

grappling with reality

The Reality of The Times Criminal tragedies in the first minutes of the New Year 2019, reinforce the seriousness of conflict in the real world.  Securing life, liberty, and property requires training founded upon reality, where consequences matter not only for individuals but society as a whole. A culture that respects private property requires those […]

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Ep24: Counter Abstraction

Counter Abstraction

Corruption By Abstraction Ascribing human qualities to abstractions, like society and the resulting yet illogical social contract theory, opens the door to corruption and abuse.  Philosophers have tried, and failed, to justify political authority using abstraction for over 2,500 years.   It is thinking through abstraction that also subjugated humanity using the absurd ‘divine right of […]

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Ep17: Virtue Of The Sword

Virtue Of The Sword

Cultivating Virtue: Studying samurai combat systems, focused on edged weapon engagements, cultivates civic virtue, necessary to live a dignified life, & promote a free society. While not everyone can or need be a full-time warrior, all men have a biological duty and obligation to protect civil order through readiness, awareness, and deliberate action. Get our training […]

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Ep16: Cycles and Spirals

Cycles and Spirals

Cycles & Spirals Early recognition of human behavior likely to result in hostility or infringement is an essential component of strategic thinking because it allows for neutralizing tactics that minimize destruction of lives and property. See the cycles and spirals of escalation in a whole new way using political economy and history. Pick up a […]

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