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DEFENDING THE LANGUAGE: The Meaning of ‘Amnesty’

I believe I have found a timely subject for the first post of our new series on defending the language.  I was listening tot he radio today and heard a news clip of Obama’s press Secretary trying to argue that … Continue reading

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RULE OF LAW: Obama is Trying to Set Aside the U.S. Constitution

There are going to be many people who will argue Obama (he has forfeit his claim to the Presidency) has the authority to do what he did last night.  He does not.  Obama has violated his oath and broken the … Continue reading

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DEFENDING THE LANGUAGE: A New Series

This page is dedicated to the principles of Natural Law.  For those interested in related matters, such as how we apply these principles in our daily lives, you might want to subscribe to my companion page, The OYL.  That said, … Continue reading

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THE RULE OF LAW: Constitutional Scholar Says Obama set to Declare Himself First American Emperor

This nation was founded on a belief in the rule of law, not the rule of men.  It is under the law that we are all equal.  It is under the fair and impartial application of those laws that we … Continue reading

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Capitalism Under Natural Law

I am well aware that many of the people who read my posts have had difficulty with my position on Capitalism.  I am also aware that these difficulties are compounded by the limitations of this medium and my style of … Continue reading

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Private vs. Public Property

I intend this post to go hand-in-hand with my previous post, Capitalism is NOT the Free Market.  This post speaks directly to the modern confusion over public vs. private property, which leads in turn to the mistaken belief that all … Continue reading

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‘Capitalism’ is NOT the Free Market

I get into a lot of trouble when I say this, but it is true: Capitalism is not the same thing as the free market.  I only wish the people who get upset when I say this understood why it … Continue reading