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Spirit of Begging, Spirit of Bondage and the Specter of Liberty

Spirit of Begging, Spirit of Bondage and the Specter of Liberty Mendicant: Depending on alms for a living; begging. Pertaining to or like a beggar. A beggar. In our last blog post https://dawnkazmierzak.net/2015/02/02/eyewitness-to-musketeers-monarchs-ministers-and-mobs-of-plundering/ we introduced French Economist Statesman, Frederic Bastiat … Continue reading

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“America”: Continent, Country or Geographic Expression?

“America”: Continent, Country or Geographic Expression? In The New International Webster’s Concise Dictionary of the English Language (1997), “America” is defined as: The United States of America; North America, South America or both of these continents considered together; also the … Continue reading

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Assessments: The Mediation of a Nation

Assessments: The Mediation of a Nation Who says you can’t mass mediate?  Assessments. Evaluations. Surveys. Tests. Standards. Accountability. Reinforcement. Transparency. Leverage. Innovation? This list goes on and on; round and round on the “Education of the Nation” Merry-go-round. Humanists run … Continue reading

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Bowing in Babylon, aka: Liar, Liar-Pants on Fire?

Bowing in Babylon, aka: Liar, Liar-Pants on Fire? Bowing. To Bow or not to bow? That is the question. Bowing. How far can one bend, and technically not be “bowing?” As Christians surface from their burrows to realize the landscape … Continue reading

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