A New Citizen and a New President For me, the inauguration of President Trump is particularly poignant, as the outgoing President was the one under whom I became a citizen, while the new President was elected in the first election in which I was also able to participate as a new American. Born British, I […]
Articles by Robin Koerner
A collection of articles written by Robin Koerner that pertain to Liberty, the Art of Political Persuasion, psychology, culture and issues of the day that concern us all.
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As an attendee of Freedom Fest this month, I wore a couple of hats. On the one hand (or should that be head?), I was there to promote my new book, “If You Can Keep It”. On the other, I was there as a Communications Advisor at the request of the Tax Revolution Institute (TRI) […]
As I take up invitations around the country to discuss the Blue Republican idea, I am learning a great deal about how our minds are opened and even changed when it comes to politics. In a slight departure from my usual topics, I offer the following in the hope that other engaged citizens may find […]
Some see conspiracy. I don’t. I see the expected reaction to a paradigm shift — a complete change in the concepts we use to make sense of our politics and culture. An excellent illustration of the power of a “paradigm” is the Perceptions of Incongruity experiment that was conducted at Harvard in 1949. In this […]
At many times in the history of the Anglo people, the abuses of liberty by Power (capitalized to indicate the official power of the centralized State and those close to it) have produced such resistance by enough normal men and women who felt their lives directly changed by those abuses, that real political change of […]