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DISCLAIMER – I Speak for Me
Disclaimer: Nothing I say, write, post, share, Like or otherwise react to, tweet, contribute, or comment upon in any manner is intended to or should be taken as representing the position or opinions of anyone other than me. This exclusion … Continue reading
Posted in General Sharing, Independent Business, Notary Public, Politics Tagged Disclaimer, Free Speech, Opinions, politics 1 Comment
Peace and Irrelevant Opinions
Peace and Irrelevant Opinions This blog started as a place for me to work out what I believed on issues of importance to me and to share my opinions with the world. As anyone who has read the articles posted … Continue reading
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A Wish for Peace…and Quiet
Originally posted on The Green Study:
Leonardo da Vinci wrote that silence was the best way to strengthen authority. Lincoln suggested that the sin of silence, instead of protest, made cowards of men. Neither was on Facebook or Pinterest, nor…
Posted in General Sharing, reblogged Tagged Paris, peace, politics, quiet, world events 4 Comments
Libertarianism In a Nutshell
The libertarian message can be boiled down to the following. Because government does things I don’t like, it is wrong. Because government stops me from doing what I want to do it, it is wrong. Because it’s wrong, it must … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy, Politics Tagged billionaires, corrupters, corruption, Libertarianism, philosophy, politics, We the People 2 Comments
On Good Government and Libertarianism
The most effective way to convince someone to do what you want is to start from a shared set of assumptions and values. Whether you use rhetoric, logic, or propaganda in your arguments, you will have a much better success … Continue reading
Posted in Philosophy, Politics, Rants and Raves Tagged freedom, good government, government, individualism, individuality, libertarian, Libertarian Party, liberty, philosophy, politics, Tea Party Leave a comment
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