Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Roman Lawyers Against the Washington Politicians

The Roman Lawyers Against the Washington Politicians I’ve mentioned the concept of natural law many times previously; most notably: natural law as the basis of the civil rights movement led by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; Rand Paul’s … Continue reading

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How the Feds Plan to Stop Homegrown Terrorism

How the Feds Plan to Stop Homegrown Terrorism The Obama administration is planning to crack down on homegrown terrorism. As I’ve recently pointed out, terrorism is a tactic not an entity; therefore the only way to “stop” homegrown terrorism is … Continue reading

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9/11 Truth vs. the Mainstream Media

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Broken Government – A Call to Action

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Rand Paul’s Ignorance of Natural Law

Rand Paul’s Ignorance of Natural Law Rand Paul is in trouble, politically, because his libertarian political philosophy is divorced from natural law. Paul has said, on national television, he supports the rights of business owners over business customers regarding the … Continue reading

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Security and Terrorism: Reductio ad Absurdum

Security and Terrorism: Reductio ad Absurdum Ever since 9/11, the US federal government has been working overtime trying to keep Americans afraid of terrorists, namely al Qaeda (who are said to be responsible for the attacks of that day). Since … Continue reading

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Mexico’s Cult(ure) of Death

Mexico’s Cult(ure) of Death Mexico has a long and bloody history, as well as a murderous and very bloody present. The ancient Aztecs once offered bloody human sacrifices to the war god Huitzilopochtli; the Spanish conquistadors once slaughtered thousands of … Continue reading

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The Public Safety Exception

The Public Safety Exception We’re hearing a lot of talk lately about the so-called public safety exception. And it should come as no surprise to us that, once again, the federal government wants to interpret (i.e., distort the meaning of) … Continue reading

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My recent letter to Mensa, regarding an issue I had with their test

My recent letter to Mensa, regarding an issue I had with their test. Greetings, I took the Mensa test a couple of years ago. Apparently I didn’t pass the test, but I’ve never received the results of it. I do, … Continue reading

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Is it okay to be gay?

Is it okay to be gay? If, when posing the question “is it okay to be gay?”, we mean “are gays, lesbians, and bisexuals second-class citizens?”, then the answer to the question “is it okay to be gay” (in America) … Continue reading

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