In Pursuit of Virtue – 03/14/11 Edition

Intellectual property law took a giant leap last week, when a man was arrested for simply linking to pirated copyrighted material. Technology has evolved so quickly that intellectual property law is having a helluva time trying to catch up. Since at law the owner of intellectual property is the protector of the property, stemming the…

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In Pursuit of Virtue (02-22-11 Edition)

Oh-so-many notable happenings in the past week… Huckabee isn’t someone I agree with often. But if you believe that a fertilized embryo is a human being, as I do, abortion IS the number one issue on the political landscape. No other political talking point has claimed over 50 million lives since 1979. It is not…

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In Pursuit of Virtue (02-11-11 Edition)

I have never liked “Things Worth Discussing.” It’s so boring. So I thought of a new title, one that goes with the theme of the blog.Virtue through knowledge, of course… I post these summaries of information because your brain is the most important thing you own. How valuable is it? Some people think it has…

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Things Worth Discussing – 02/07/11 Edition

Mostly economics today – Lew Rockwell-related especially… Ron Paul has assembled his panel for inquiry concerning the Fed, and means to ask why, after trillions of dollars spent, unemployment is so high… Heritage recently published 50 examples of government waste. Of course, I immediately thought “But private industry wastes too!” The difference is that the…

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Something I Never Do

This post is an important one. Republicans are all about scare tactics these days, it seems. In a way, I think it is good to be alarmed at the policies of the State these days. But my game is not fear, though I think you and I should be aware: A collapse is coming, one…

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