is unfortunate. In Japan, the celebrities are the scientists and those who advance the civilization. Here, being born coordinated is enough. The Aristotelian Golden Mean can apply to the matter, and would probably be the most effective way of determining when interest in such entertainment is healthy or unhealthy. We do need to be entertained,…Details
Ron Paul has a plan. No one else does:
Note at the beginning how the crowd demands he speak and the establishment hack asking the questions barely registers. The willful blindness to the great old man continues.
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…Details
The media, ladies and gentlemen!:
But let’s get back to the man himself. Here, he talks about a concept no other candidate will, perhaps one that no other candidate knows about. Nullification!:
Glenn Greenwald of Salon.com is a Constitutional lawyer and prominent member of the anti-establishment left. Where many Obama supporters are blind to the fact that Obama is a dictatorial and evil version of the man who reigned three years ago, Greenwald sees the inconsistency between The One’s rhetoric and his actions. Two of Greenwald’s columns…Details
revealed with but questions:
It was Picasso I believe who said “Computers are useless. They can only give us answers.” Question. Seek consistency. Intelligence is found there.