In a guest post at the RAW Semantics blog, "RAW political #4," Marky Moon argues that despite the fact that he is known for an essay on "non-Euclidean" politics, Robert Anton Wilson used labels such as "conservative" in many of his writings. Moon also argues that, within reason, the use of the labels can be useful:
"Before we can make intelligent and creative use of political categories/sorts/labels, we probably need to make peace with their conventional usage – ie not nihilistically mock or negate them in a way suggestive of petulant adolescent superiority. The latter, unfortunately, seems a very common mode on social media, and provides rich ground for algorithmic mayhem. Really, we want what the Buddhists call upaya, or skillful means – deconstructive, but also pragmatic, not reflexively fighting convention."
The post identifies Moon as the author of What the Discordians don’t tell you (Unsaying Press, 1991). I'd provide a link, but I can't find one for either the title or "Unsaying Press." (Google insists on telling me about Marquee Moon, an old Television album.) If I get a link, I'll revise this post for anyone who might be interested in the book. [Addendum: See the comments .... Bobby Campbell seems to know this Marky Moon fellow, too!]