Category: Education

The Liberty Pie

“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves, in the course of time, a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.”  Frederic Bastiat…

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Killing Cash

“Cash is problematic to banks. It is expensive to manage, hard to take from customers and, worst of all, it is a possible gaping wound, if a bank run occurs. In a world without cash, customers would be forced to…

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Evidence for Creation

What shapes our world outlook?  Where do ideas come from?  To what can we attribute our biases and our perspectives? Man would prefer to credit analytic thinking as the basis of our beliefs since it is the faculty that distinguishes…

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Moral Decay

The late Allan Bloom  wrote in  “The Closing of the American Mind” that the contemporary talk of “values” is what is left when society accepts the notion that there is no genuine right or wrong.   Moral issues are reduced to…

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The Battle For Virginia’s Future

“All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.”  Thomas Jefferson Given the dishonesty and lack of moral principles many of our elected and some of the candidates display,  It is clear that…

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The Great Divide

During the culture war of the last fifty some years, Evangelicals, devout Catholics, and moralists have been migrating steadily to the increasingly conservative Republican Party as atheists, agnostics, and moral relativists migrate increasingly to the far left of center progressive Democratic party.…

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Surrounded By Toxins

Autism, developmental delays, and chronic illnesses that include allergies and asthma, are at an all-time high affecting 1 in every 6 children across the United States.  Autism alone has increased from 1 child in every 1000 in 1995 to 1…

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A Goldilocks Universe

At a 2013 conference in Nice, France, on the question of whether or not the universe was designed or at least “fine-tuned” to make intelligent life, Scientists and Mathematicians from Yale, Princeton, Harvard, Berkeley and Columbia, came to a clear or almost…

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The Loss of Medical Ethics

“The moral worldview of any scientifically literate person, one who is not blinkered by fundamentalism, requires a radical break from religious concepts of meaning and value….The worldview that guides the moral and spiritual values of an educated person today is…

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Technological Singularity

The advent of human technological hybridization is upon us – we have entered the dawn of a new age. Neuralink, an American neurotechnology company founded by Elon Musk and others in 2016, is preparing to launch clinical human trials by…

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Creepy Patents

Collaborations between the powerful American Silicon Valley Overlords and Chinese overlords of population surveillance and control portend dark omens which should greatly concern us all. Here, as in China and other countries, spy cameras are sprouting up on lampposts and…

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The Constitution Is The Rule of Law

The battle for control of our Nation, the battle against the evils that will destroy us, can only be won if we identify the enemy and expose the tactics they employ. Louis Michael Seidman, the Carmack Waterhouse Professor of Constitutional…

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Science Is Not Infallible

Having read a 2012 article by Shawn Lawrence Otto of Scientific American, Antiscience Beliefs Jeopardize U.S. Democracy, I felt compelled to add my two cents. According to Otto’s article, America is slipping off its science foundation fostered by the political right.  “…Science…

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