Monthly Archives: February 2014

Be a Weed

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The National Debt

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Why Do We Feel So Much and Think So Little?

“From the dawn of time until the dawn of the Modern Liberal era, people had had to think – they had had to use their intellect in order to discover and then practice the better ways – because being wrong … Continue reading

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The Consequences of Lethargy

In circulating a petition recently (for balanced budgets and inter-generational fairness), I came to realize how many people don’t know, they don’t know that they don’t know, and they don’t appreciate the consequences of not knowing. They are willfully ignorant … Continue reading

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A Thought from Aristotle

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The National Debt: (She is Related to You)

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Life Washed by Tears (with thanks to Kathleen Kellar)

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Procrastination: Start Avoiding it Today

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What is the Problem with Johnny: A Thought from Thomas Sowell

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Elected Representatives in DC as Child Abusers?

Should a congressman’s vote to raise the borrowing limit be viewed as fiscal child abuse? Inter-generational thievery is wrong. Think about it. Share on Facebook

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