Monthly Archives: September 2012

Public Sacrifice vs. Personal Interests

“America’s abundance was created not by public sacrifices to the common good, but by the productive genius of free men who pursued their own personal interests and the making of their own private fortunes…They gave the people better jobs, higher … Continue reading

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Why We Struggle with Our Insecurities

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How to be Happy: Thoughts from Dr. Anna Cellmer

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There is no “free lunch.”

“Whatever the government gives you was taken from somebody else.’ — Ayn Rand Share on Facebook

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How Best to Get Meaning Into Your Life: (Thanks to the Entrepreneurship Newsletter)

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James Taylor: Voting from that “Poetic Place” – A. J. Billups

During a break in James Taylor’s recent performance at the Democratic National Convention, James smiled broadly and said, “I don’t get it.” He then described himself as “an old white guy, who loves Barack Obama.” The crowd went wild, and … Continue reading

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Academic Coaching & Anger Management Sessions via Skype

Chesapeake Coaching of Oyster Point Psychological, LLC Academic Coaching and Anger Management Sessions in person and via Skype www.chesapeakecoaching.com 804.435.6777 Share on Facebook

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A Thought from Frederic Bastiat

“When under the pretext of fraternity, the legal code imposes mutual sacrifices on the citizens, human nature is not thereby abrogated. Everyone will then direct his efforts toward contributing little to, and taking much from, the common fund of sacrifices. … Continue reading

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The Opportunity to Work at Work Worth Doing: A Thought from Theodore Roosevelt

“Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.” – Theodore Roosevelt (with thanks to Michelle Harbour) Share on Facebook

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