Dispatches University

Update, May 5, 2020:

For many years I made it a habit on an almost daily basis to link to a handful of articles from a myriad of excellent sources.

The point of the effort was to show just how much terrific information is produced by Americans who are dedicated to preserving the U.S. Constitution and working to return someday to a more limited government.

I think I made my point.

The archives are found below (scroll down to the list of topics) and here — are amazing. I only linked to the articles, studies and reports. The authors deserve the credit. What’s amazing is the volume of material produced.

In the space where once stood “Dispatches University,” the home page now contains links to worthwhile websites. And that’s only a partial list. More good sites can be found here.

Now, life and work has gotten in the way of this daily enjoyment and all I can do is keep “The Latest” and the “Information War” sections somewhat up to date.

What follows on this page is the old text from when all that linking was going on. It’s still valid.


There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
— Hamlet (1.5.167-8), Hamlet speaking to his friend Horatio.

Editor’s note, this archive can often run a day or more behind — there is so much material to link it’s not easy to keep up.

Your K-12 education should have given you the intellectual foundation to process the following articles. (Years ago, of course, it wouldn’t take 12 years — those with an 8th grade education were typically better educated than our high school grads are today.) If you lack that foundation, you’re not alone, and it’s almost certainly not a matter of intelligence.

Instead, it is due to the financially bloated public schools failing to adequately prepare you. If you attended college and still lack the capacity, you should ask for your money back.

The good news is that it’s never too late to learn — to get caught up. You can build your own foundation. So much excellent and educational material is published from the political right on a daily, weekly, monthly basis — it is impossible to keep up with it.

That, my friends, is very good news. The bad news is that most of what’s written reaches mostly an audience already in agreement. Thus, the persuasive and informative potential of the articles and studies isn’t tapped. That’s why I link to a healthy sampling in “the best archive on the World Wide Web”: