Monthly Archives: January 2012

Moral Relatavism Revisited

Here we have a Judeo-Christian civlization whose religious basis teaches one to wait for the end times and be the best you can be in the mean time posed against an Arabic-Islamic civilization whose religious basis teaches one to work … Continue reading

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Train Wreck in Slow Motion

Three years of socialist change … … and now the mainstream media and even the GOP candidates are debating exclusively using socialist rhetoric. Welcome to the end of the Republic.

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“Give me the power to fix government”

Hmmmm. Who was the last Great Charismatic Leader to request enabling acts from his legislative body? Three guesses. The first two don’t count.

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What Happened in Egypt?

It is usually a mistake to confuse politics and economics except where economic issues become political. However, in the case of middle eastern Islamists one must be aware of the fact that Islamic Sharia is a well integrated Politico-economic-cultural-religious system … Continue reading

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A Free Man Has No Chains

A free man has no chains, notwithstanding another’s attempt to impose them. In the final act one must be prepared to die for one’s convictions because without society that is where we are left: free men alone, on our own, … Continue reading

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What Are the Core Issues?

What are the core issues of our day? Abortion? Religious freedom? Freedom of Speech? Any one of these issues can and will be the subject of heated debate whenever opposite opinions collide. Those arguments have their place and deserve resolution. … Continue reading

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Anybody else notice this?

Anybody else get the feeling that the power elites in our society are using the language as a control tool? It seems there is daily less and less information contained in the official pronouncements from the government with more and … Continue reading

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Truth in 1947 is Still Truth Today: von Mises on Socialism

Today I offer an explanation of Socialism/Communism/Fascism/Nazism written by Ludwig von Mises in 1947 and the real meaning of the infamous revolution of 1917 in Russia. It has dire consequences for today’s world. The Soviet Union is gone, unfortunately the … Continue reading

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The Next World War: Part Two

Our leaders have misunderstood today’s primary military threat to our nation. In Part One, speaking entirely from the US perspective, I glossed over the reasons behind this misunderstanding. Now if you will bear with me, I will discuss the motivations … Continue reading

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The Next World War: Part One

The usual analysis of the current conflict between the US and Iran makes two assumptions which are suspect. First, that the US is serious about limiting Iranian hegemony in the middle east. At this point in time that assumption appears … Continue reading

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