Monthly Archives: July 2013

JUSTICE

JUSTICE – ‘what is justice?’ asked Plato and Socrates. And, then they debated whether ‘justice’ was worth the trouble. Not in the eyes of the elites who control the world (and, by their wealth and power meter out ‘justice’ as … Continue reading

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More Freedom or Less

I look at things this way (as do most libertarians): Can we solve a problem with more freedom or with less?  And, of course, I’d prefer to see it done with more freedom.  But today, you’ve got both sides of … Continue reading

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Any Doubts Now About This Guy?

America is a great country. There is no denying this. However, I caution you all as you step forward in your careers. Peer back into history and ask yourselves- Was a revolution truly necessary? Great Britain may not have had … Continue reading

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Free-Will

There are those (mostly socialists) who would argue that there is no such thing as free-will. Well, in their totalitarian scheme of things there isn’t!  Those who challenge the existence of free-will have a political agenda in which free-will is … Continue reading

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