Monthly Archives: July 2010

Social Theory and Unproven (and Unprovable) Assumptions

I talk about this a lot, so I may as well write something about it too. Actually, I’ve already written about it, in my book . . . on the first page: that all thinking is based upon unproven and … Continue reading

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The Arizona Law and Justice

The Arizona Law and Justice As I’ve said before, there are two solutions to the illegal Central American/Mexican immigration issue: 1) legalize marijuana; thereby defunding the Mexican Drug Trafficking Organizations, which would help to end the violence; and 2) grant … Continue reading

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America’s New Declaration of Subservience

America’s New Declaration of Subservience Have you looked through the philosophy section of your favorite large bookstore lately (e.g., Barnes and Noble, Borders)? This section is usually not very big, in most of these stores, but, no matter how small … Continue reading

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America in Crisis

America and Natural Law T he Declaration of Independence presupposes natural law: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are … Continue reading

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The Wrong ANSWER to the Arizona Question

The Wrong ANSWER to the Arizona Question From an email, which I received from ANSWER, regarding its (recent) protest of Arizona Governor Jan Brewer at the National Governor’s Association Meeting in Boston, today: “At the rally opening, Jennifer Zaldana, representing … Continue reading

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