Category: Education

The False Equation of Atheism

“It is a common myth of our day, not surprisingly propagated by atheists, that religious believers are undereducated folk who have abandoned the use of reason in favor of blind faith.” Thomas D. Williams, LC It was Marx who said that…

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When Will They Ever Learn?

“There are two kinds of pride, both good and bad. ‘Good pride’ represents our dignity and self-respect. ‘Bad pride’ is the deadly sin of superiority that reeks of conceit and arrogance.”  John C. Maxwell The sixties hippie culture of “anything…

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Surrendering to Delusion

Confronted with monthly terror attacks, and areas in French cities where non-Muslims are not allowed to traverse, French voters overwhelming chose SURRENDER. The voters rejected an imperfect candidate in Marine Le Pen who presented a plausible and moral plan to…

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The Heart of Liberty

“There is no crueler tyranny than that which is perpetuated under the shield of law and in the name of justice.”  Charles de Montesquieu The American Socialist movement has shown nothing but utter contempt toward the Constitution, natural law, America’s sacred…

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Greed and Ignorance

Greed is a selfish desire beyond reason; covetousness for what you have not earned; a craving for that which does not rightfully belong to you.   Ignorance is the state of oblivion for the callowness for which you thrust your greed…

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Social Justice and The Inequality of Equality

The concept of “social justice” is one we hear often by those on the left-side of the political spectrum. The notion of social justice is inextricably linked to the left’s version of “equality” and its inverse—”income inequality.” But just what…

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Utopian Dreams

The problem with utopian dreams is that they always end in dystopian realities.  Lenin’s dream of a worker’s paradise transformed itself into Stalin’s nightmare of the gulags, starvation, and the eventual destruction of their nation.  Mussolini’s dream of a return…

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RACISM: THE DOUBLE STANDARD

Racism is defined as a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s race is superior and has the right to rule others.  In today’s world racism…

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Centralized Power and Slavery

It took strong, centralized power in D.C. to create, sustain and protect the institution of slavery. Most Americans believe the liberal narrative that states were the power behind slavery and as a result,  opponents of decentralizing the U.S. system, use…

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Majority Rule vs. Natural Rights

In a 2006 interview, Justice Stephen Breyer stated that the U.S. Constitution is “basically about democracy,” which if nothing else, proves the willful ignorance of our federal judges. The word democracy doesn’t  appears in either the Declaration of Independence or the Constitution.  The…

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Pantheism and the Meaning of God

Michio Kaku, an American theoretical physicist, was recently quoted in an article as saying he had found definite proof of the existence of God. The report on Feroces Mente explained that to come to this conclusion, Kaku had used what…

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Diversity, and All That Jazz

Purveyors of the diversity movement ask us to embrace the concept as an important part of our future. In theory we are great proponents of diversity. In practice? Does anyone really understand what it means? Diversity as defined in the dictionary,…

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