Fritz Groszkruger

05/16/2017 - 2:41pm
Leave the soil and the people alone     The worms, they work for me. I don't pay them a wage or enslave them at the point of a gun. I just leave them alone. They get hungry and burrow through the ground eating protozoans, bacteria, rotifers, and decaying plants and animals. All this life in the soil functions to aid their fellow soil citizens purely in their own self interest...
05/02/2017 - 3:35pm
Freedom, Not Just Freedom of Speech     I moved to Oakland for college during some interesting times.     This was a time when leftists were proud of their advocacy of free speech. Across the city limits, Berkeley was even known as the home of the free speech movement and the scent of tear gas. Well, things have...
04/18/2017 - 3:50pm
Mr. Hyde     Three years before I reached draft age I swore I would not go fight people who did not threaten our borders. I lucked out, and apparently our eternally efficient U.S. government lost my records. That is, I won the lottery but was never contacted.     I've been steadfast in my nationalistic and pro-...
04/04/2017 - 2:40pm
“Rights” trample rights     About a month ago in this column, I wrote about the right to an education as a form of stealing. Since that time I heard Jan Mickelson mention on his WHO radio show that there really is such a “constitutional” right. I had to look up the Supreme Court decision he referred to and it...
03/21/2017 - 3:47pm
Fake news     The big news of fake news is fading as we have come to accept that we really have no idea what is going on, at least when it comes to national and international issues.     I try to focus on what an authority has admitted or proclaimed, rather than on an accusation from someone else. For instance,...
03/07/2017 - 5:16pm
It's rightly called stealing       In an unsigned editorial I read these words: “Public education is a guaranteed right to any child in the U.S., paid for by the American taxpayer.”     I could go on about adhering to the Constitution or the evils of socialism, but then readers would cease...
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