This is a new page and blog serving as an overview of my cluster of blogs.
I started with my initial blog in March 2006 "South Capitol Street-Frederick Douglass Mall", spotlighting the weirdly ignored conflict between the 1990s USNCPC Extending the Legacy planning for Washington, D.C.'s South Capitol Street, and the one building in that street spared by this new promenade's abortion, at the northeast corner of South Capitol and M Streets, the St Vincent DePaul Roman Catholic Church. Its a juxtaposition of stone and stoney silence, like the weirdly bipartisan foreign policy, bespeaking a disturbing picture of hidden in plain sight hierarchical-fraternal order ancient regime Vatican covert political rule.- intro
October 2006, I started "Free Speech Beneath U.S. Homeland Security" - intro
December 2006-January 2007 I started "A Trip Within The Beltway" - intro
June 8, 2007 I started "Continuing Counter Reformation" - intro
July 15, 2007 I started "Cosmobile Cosmopolitan Transport" - intro
July 25, 2007 I started "Freedom of Medicine and Diet" - intro
"Was the government to prescribe to us our medicine and diet, our bodies would be in such keeping as our souls are now. Thus in France the emetic was once forbidden as a medicine, and the potatoe as an article of food. Government is just as infallible too when it fixes systems in physics. Galileo was sent to the inquisition for affirming that the earth was a sphere: the government had declared it to be as flat as a trencher, and Galileo was obliged to abjure his error. This error however at length prevailed, the earth became a globe, and Descartes declared it was whirled round its axis by a vortex. The government in which he lived was wise enough to see that this was no question of civil jurisdiction, or we should all have been involved by authority in vortices. In fact, the vortices have been exploded, and the Newtonian principle of gravitation is now more firmly established, on the basis of reason, than it would be were the government to step in, and to make it an article of necessary faith. Reason and experiment have been indulged, and error has fled before them. It is error alone which needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself."Like banning Coca leaf, while allowing Virginia Bright Leaf [suckers'] Tobacco with its sweat-heart exemption, along with alcoholic beverages, of no retail product labeling of the ingredients, symbolizing our politicians' true nature.
And like the sort of planning of no open discussion, with that of the un-named 'South Capitol Mall' and its un-reported conflict with that St Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church, as other things on a grander scale, speaking volumes about the political dynamics of what really runs the show.