Tag Archives: Liberty

What Americans Still Need to Know~ from the Man Who Crusaded Against the Current Collectivism.

What Americans Still Need to Know~ from the Man Who Crusaded Against the Current Collectivism. “The world has survived error in ideas and confusion before. And men have grown in soul and safety because some groups of them have stood … Continue reading

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Intolerant, Offensive, Jealous, Not Dead and Definer of Orthodoxy

Intolerant, Offensive, Jealous, Not Dead and Definer of Orthodoxy  “The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.” Isaac Asimov, biochemist, prolific author, Humanist Manifesto signer I must confess, I am a … Continue reading

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College Funds, Snipe Hunting, and Who’s Left Holding the Bag?

College Funds, Snipe Hunting, and Who’s Left Holding the Bag? A “Snipe Hunt” is defined as: an elaborate practical joke in which the unsuspecting victim hunts a snipe (a marsh bird), and is typically left in the dark holding a … 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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Choice Words regarding: School Choice. Informed Consent.

Choice Words regarding: School Choice. Informed Consent. “Primum non nocere” is the Latin phrase that means ” First, do no harm.”  This phrase stems from the physicians’ Hippocratic Oath and Corpus, which derives from the maxim that: given an existing … Continue reading

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Cracking the Code, Losing the Labels and Exiting the Highway

Cracking the Code, Losing the Labels and Exiting the Highway Code: A system of signals, characters, or symbols used in communication. It’s interesting how many folks became “coded”, classified and labeled, after World War II. For instance, the World Health … Continue reading

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Little Red: Beware of Whom You Let Hold Your Goodie Baskets

Little Red: Beware of Whom You Let Hold Your Goodie Baskets Grimm’s fairytale Little Red-Cap, Perrault’s Little Red Riding Hood, and an assortment of Riding Hood teaching tales have been documented as far back as the 10th century, including variations … Continue reading

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