Monthly Archives: September 2010

How I Became A Liberal Communist Tree Hugger

Actually, I haven’t “become” anything but I’ve been called all of the above. I suppose that what those words actually mean is a matter of interpretation . . . isn’t it? Perhaps the best way to analyze these words is … Continue reading

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The Future of America Depends Upon Justice for the Unborn

The Future of America Depends Upon Justice for the Unborn The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King once said: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Dr. Seuss once said: “A person’s a person, no matter how small.” I agree. … Continue reading

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Natural Law in Perspective

The perspective of this photograph is correct, philosophically speaking. The law, which is symbolized, here, by the US Capitol Building, is placed in subjection to Dr. King’s philosophy of Natural Law, which is symbolized, here, by (both) Dr. King’s words … Continue reading

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Shame and 9/11 Truth

I was protesting the wars at the Pentagon a couple of weeks ago and, strangely enough, I felt ashamed; because I had chosen to hold a sign that read: “9/11: An Inside Job to Lead Us into War”. But why … Continue reading

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Why Beck’s Jingoism Appeals to His Many Followers

I happened to be in Washington this past week, so I went to see the crowd at Glenn Beck’s Restoring Honor rally on Saturday (8/28). It’s not often that I’m able to see a large crowd of people who have … Continue reading

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