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High-Functioning Sociopathy

Wednesday, I thought I had found the column of the year (thus far), at The Beacon. I was wrong, disproved only a day later. Doug Casey’s column yesterday, touching on the sociopathy of politicians (that is tagged here every time a politician is mentioned), deconstructs the entirety of the state apparatus and those who are…

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If no one can appeal to justice except to government, justice will be perverted in favor of the government, constitutions and supreme courts notwithstanding. Constitutions and supreme courts are state constitutions and agencies, and whatever limitations to state action they might contain or find is invariably decided by agents of the very institution under consideration.…

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It Is Dangerous to Be Right When the Government Is Wrong

The above is the title of Judge Andrew Napolitano’s book that examines the role of personal freedom in a society where the government often punishes people for good or neutral behaviors. Watching the Fast and Furious hearings today, it strikes me that Eric Holder will never face the justice he deserves, despite his office being…

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In Pursuit of Virtue – January Edition, Vol. II

ALL THE THINGS!: I’ve never been big on sports, but I can’t quite understand why people hate Tim Tebow so much. Scratch that, I think it is the realm of those who like to sling mud on Christianity in the first place, because to me, the guy sounds incredible. Here is what the hype is…

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