In Pursuit of Virtue – October Edition

Though it has not been verified yet, it appears that CERN pushed a particle faster than light last week. If it is true, nearly all of modern nuclear physics will need re-definition, and that will mean it was lucky that the first nuke didn’t destroy all of the earth, because they didn’t fully know how…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – August Edition, Volume 3

A few areas of concern… Environmentalism:  As it turns out, it seems the U.S. has the greatest amount of combined energy resources on earth.  Warfare: It is not conservative to start or defend pre-emptive or preventative war. “Security”: A federal appeals court recently ruled that the state laws prohibiting you from recording cops are unconstitutional.…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – August Edition

Let’s begin, shall we? Under language approved 19 to 10 by a House committee, the firm that sells you Internet access would be required to track all of your Internet activity and save it for 18 months, along with your name, the address where you live, your bank account numbers, your credit card numbers, and…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – I Should Be Studying Edition

 Just took three Common Law Contracts tests for practice, and I need a break to sound off for a second… Obama says it is time to eat our peas. They are careful with their metaphors, but this one says a lot. Wouldn’t the government love to think that they are our parents and can tell…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – June Edition

I have been pretty busy, but I still had time to rack up a big group of links that I have found fascinating or concerning. Here goes… There are two pretty big stories that the MSM has failed to bring to the attention of the public so far this year. They are too busy discussing…

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