Monthly Archives: February 2015

Taxpayer docility is not as Far as we think from total revolt…

A persuasively organized mind might initiate such a revolt among the masses; a global refusal by taxpayers to file federal income tax returns, because citizens are clearly facing now, for the second time in American history, out-of-control “taxation without representation,” i.e., … Continue reading

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An Appeal to an Ancient Political Tool Might be Timely…

In the ancient Roman Republic, the Proscription was a tool used to remove those who blatantly broke the law. When all reasoning failed, when all other avenues were exhausted, the Proscription was the one irresistible redress left to those who … Continue reading

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Flawed Vision

Most Obama Administration pronouncements are irrational, like that pertaining to the ‘settled science’ of global warming, which fails to recognize the one crucial, verifiable reality: “Men endowed with the mature and contrite sense that their knowledge and understanding are circumscribed … Continue reading

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What all youngsters ought to consider when entering the American Academy regarding their ‘Professors’…

“It seems to me that with this complication and interlacing of language with which they [those possessing PhDs, Juris Doctorates, and other advanced degrees] beset us it turns out as with sleight-of-hand performers: their dexterity attacks and overpowers our senses, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Current American Predicament

From The Hinges of History Series by Thomas Cahill comes a disturbing reminder of George Santayana’s admonition, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” ***   “There are, no doubt, lessons here for the contemporary [American] … Continue reading

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Pleasantly wise observations…

To learn more beyond the below quotations click anywhere on the image of Omar Khayyam.

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What Price, “Hope and Change”?

By now it ought to be abundantly clear that “…Utopianism has its costs.” ― from A Secular Age, Copyright © 2007 by Charles Taylor, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts and London, England, 2007, Page 477.

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