Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Proper Left-Right Axis of Politics in America

In my youth, I could see the similarities between fascism and communism, but the establishment types kept telling us that they were right and left respectively. The establishment story never did match what I could see plainly for myself: fascists … Continue reading

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In the Wilderness …

In the wilderness of my despair I cried out to the Lord And there was no answer … I stopped in a shop and smiled at the woman there; She blessed me and gave me hope. I stopped by the … Continue reading

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Is there a God? Does it Matter?

God is by definition beyond human existence. He is neither observable nor verifiable from any scientific basis. To prove any theory science must have observable, verifiable, and replicable data. I give you Dark Matter: It is not observable. It is … Continue reading

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Karl Marx Had Point … Maybe.

Karl Marx described a cycle of human politics. If you strip his theory of the ideology and look at what little valid science exists in the theory, you will find that he identified a cycle from barbarism to capitalism to … Continue reading

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The Labor Theory of Value

Unfortunately most who read “labor theory of value” do not know what it means. In a nutshell, it means nothing has any value except the human labor used in producing it.  Health, for instance, has no value whatsoever because most … Continue reading

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Home Invasion on a National Scale

One can know how to drive a car without being a race car driver.  One can know how to use a rifle without being a hunter. One can know violence without being violent. There is a nice little movie called … Continue reading

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Call to Reason

It is difficult to argue with someone who prefers throwing insults to reasonable debate. Once in awhile a marxist will manage to reveal his true nature before wallowing in simple name calling. Case in point: I was debating “Why Socialism/Fascism … Continue reading

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Update on the Future

In the previous post I mentioned the possibility of violence in our society. I think that needs a bit of clarification, and here it is. I don’t see the violence starting up in any widespread fashion until and unless the … Continue reading

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Predicting the Future

Predicting the Future A friend of mine recently asked for my prognostications on the future of our country. I had to give this some serious thought because he knows well how I view the current situation in the economic and … Continue reading

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