Against the People

The common people, having little knowledge of government, will therefore be, in general, incapable of self-rule in any sort of absolute sense. It follows that our government should be less concerned with representing the common person and more with rightly ruling them. … More Against the People

Hannibal: A Poem

With arm outstretched he stands bestride the alps With hateful gaze and flame of one good eye Down he marches to smash the Roman scalp The demon lord with fury does he fly Ancestral hate and death does he now slate Destruction, war at mighty Rome in spate Till down to earth from heights to meet … More Hannibal: A Poem