John C. Seiler, Jr.

John C. Seiler, Jr., writes from California.

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  • September 24, 2014

    Chronicles’ Politics by the Numbers Dept. ™

    I’m starting something new here: Chronicles’ by the Numbers Dept. ™

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  • September 18, 2014

    Vive L'Écosse Libre!

    I hope I’m not mangling the French in my title, “Vive l'Écosse Libre!” It’s a gloss on de Gaulle’s shout at Montreal City Hall on July 24, 1967, “Vive le Québec libre!”

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  • September 12, 2014

    Waist Deep in the Big Sandy

    In his Wednesday evening speech, President Obama announced he was sending us back big time into the Big Sandy of Iraq, this time including Syria, to battle the evil forces which he annoyingly, like the rest of administration, still calls ISIL.

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  • Homeschooling: Fortifying the Family Castle
    October 2014

    Homeschooling: Fortifying the Family Castle

    Amid the disasters happening in America today, there’s some excellent news. Homeschooling has won a solid place among roughly 1.5 million children and is mostly protected by law.

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  • September 8, 2014

    Welcome Back to the Slammer…er…School

    American public schools are prisons. They even look like prisons. See the nearby picture of Century High School in Santa Ana.

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  • August 27, 2014

    ‘Bless You’ Banned in Georgia College

    Last week I blogged about a Tennessee high-school classroom banning students saying, “Bless you!” Now the repression has spread to college.

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  • August 20, 2014

    Functionally atheist government schools

    A couple of times in my writings for Chronicles I’ve mentioned “functionally atheist government schools.” That’s what they’ve been since the early 1960s, when several U.S. Supreme Court edicts effectively banned any mention of religion, or anything approaching religion, from public schools.

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  • September 2014

    Subgroup Strife in the Golden State

    It wasn’t supposed to end like this. We were all going to “get along” in a diverse, multicultural paradise, led by our brilliant universities. But in a pattern sure to spread across America, the ethnic strife in California is increasing, not decreasing, as the state becomes even more diverse.

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  • Anniversary of Lies
    September 2014

    Anniversary of Lies

    August 10 marked the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson’s signing of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which Congress had passed three days earlier.

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  • The Fruits of Fraud
    August 2014

    The Fruits of Fraud

    The worst thing about the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 legalization of abortion in all 50 states and U.S. territories has not been the 55 million—and counting—dead babies, as horrible as that has been, but the damage it has caused to the rule of law, specifically the U.S. Constitution.

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  • July 4, 2014

    Will there be an Independence Day 2015?

    As Independence Day 2014 approaches, I’m still wondering when one of the Republican presidential candidates is going to seize the immigration issue and march to victory in the White House.

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  • June 18, 2014

    How’d the Iraq War work out for you?

    I always think of my neighbor's son who died by an IED back in 2006 whenever some big news comes out about Iraq, such as the recent reports on the ISIS al Qaeda affiliate taking over large areas of Iraq the U.S. military had conquered a decade ago. It was all for nothing, people are saying.

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  • June 13, 2014

    Schadefreude over Michael Moore’s divorce?

    Raised a Catholic, his marriage likely is sacramental, which means he still would be married whatever decision is made by the courts of the civil government he loves so much and seeks to expand ad infinitum.

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  • June 11, 2014

    Immigration issue lying in the street

    Right now the immigration issue is lying in the street for whatever Republican presidential candidate, if any, is willing to pick it up – and not just toy with it, but make another 40-year ban the centerpiece of his campaign.

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  • Mencken and the World Warmonger
    July 2014

    Mencken and the World Warmonger

    As World War I is remembered in this year of its hundredth anniversary, one rivalry continues to resonate across America. It isn’t between the Allies and the Central Powers, or between two houses of European royalty, but between two countrymen: President Woodrow Wilson and H.L. Mencken, the Bad Boy of Baltimore.

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  • May 28, 2014

    D.C. Vampires Devouring U.S. Economy

    At the top of a chart which shows the decline in Real Median Household Income, the state at the top of the list with no decline was Washington, D.C. It’s a giant vampire sinking its teeth into the rest of the country and devouring its blood.

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  • May 14, 2014

    Nado alert! Nado alert!

    “Nado alert! Nado alert!” people were screaming about 1 am outside my room at Michaels Barracks in Hoechst, West Germany, a couple of days after I was posted there on Sept. 12, 1979.

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  • May 7, 2014

    USA becomes military dictatorship

    With little fanfare, in the past week the United States officially became a military dictatorship.

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  • April 22, 2014

    Rummy is the tax problem, not the solution

    In his actual tweet, SecDef Donald Rumsfeld wrote, “That I & most Americans have no idea whether our taxes are accurate tells us something.” Yes. And one thing it tells us that he still won’t admit he’s a major cause of the problem.

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  • April 15, 2014

    April 15: Tax slavery day

    Another year, another April 15 when the government gouges us to the bone.

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