Actually, “Liberalism” Doesn’t Work, You Ponce – Part II – Something Did Change

In Part I, I spent time tearing at the theses here, arguing that Reagan was much like those who have always occupied the office of the president, and that the policies he enacted were similar… Something DID change though, around when Reagan was in office, presumably just before he did (changes do not occur overnight).…

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Actually, “Liberalism” Doesn’t Work, You Ponce – Part I – False Dichotomy

I have a very intelligent friend who is completely taken by the leftist American paradigm. As is typical with leftists, he sees HUGE differences between the Republicans and Democrats, and he believes Obama to be the second coming of FDR (one would think that Obama would be anything but democratic and typical leftist, given the…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – September Redux

I’d rather not flood the week with posts, so here are columns for the week of lasting importance… Centralizing Our Way to Tyranny – The foundation for a technocracy is having the “experts” make the decisions for the people. Inevitably, the end of the trail is tyranny, where decisions are not only not allowed by…

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Empire of Illusion

More than anything, the pathology of today is widespread belief & hope in illusions and apathy to truth. This type of thinking is documented throughout history to follow the abundance and comfort that came from a moral awakening, and it is known to precede tragedy and pain within the human race. As to the illusions…

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The New Generation of Presidents’ Legacy

Bush and Obama comprise the start of a new type of presidency – the rise of the total president. He is nearly a king, his edicts are law no matter their Constitutional quality. And they are costing us dearly: A report released by Brown University in conjunction with the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terror…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – September Edition

Physics: 10 strange things about the universe I am certain you never knew. Biology: Scientists may have found a cure for malaria. Statism: FBI launches its face recognition software on cameras across the country. Economics: Media juggernaut Paul Krugman doesn’t understand the gold standard, but you can. Sociology: Facebook cited in 1/3 of all divorces…

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