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Considering Organized Religion Part III

Here is the third installment for my organized religion theme. If you haven’t seen the first or second post, go read them first. —–   In Conclusion I tried to present the arguments for and against organized religion without my … Continue reading

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Considering Organized Religion Part II

In my last post I began a theme considering organized religion. I presented an argument against organized religion. This post offers the argument in behalf of organized religion. My next post will sum it all up with my personal feelings … Continue reading

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Considering Organized Religion Part I

The so-called “organized religions” of the world sometimes get casually dismissed. For the purpose of this article (includes three separate posts), organized religion means a group of people voluntarily associating as a congregation with a common belief structure adhered to … Continue reading

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The Un-Involved American

There was a time when the people living in the U.S. were involved. This time was primarily before the U.S. even existed. Do you think that is a fair claim? Okay, maybe it wasn’t primarily before 1776, but as the … Continue reading

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In observance of Memorial Day

Selfish pride is at the root of contention, and contention is at the root of war. Two entities contend with each other over land, ideas, treasure, or power, all because of selfish pride. One entity sees the other as having … Continue reading

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The Summer Months of Freedom

What does summer mean to you? As a child I think it probably meant a break from school and great weather for playing outside. As an adult there isn’t exactly a summer vacation from work (unless you don’t have a … Continue reading

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Do Seat Belt Laws Actually Save Lives?

My daughter’s high chair has a seat belt affixed. It is helpful for keeping her in place when she’d rather be climbing up and over the back of the chair. She is almost a year old. She doesn’t understand that … Continue reading

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Cain’s question and Orwell’s 1984

There are a lot of people on this planet and we all need to get along better than we do. That’s what I think. There are two ways of doing this, we can treat each other like brothers and sisters … Continue reading

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Gun Control: Satire

Last night I began thinking that maybe the anti-gun politicians aren’t so wrong after all. Hear me out! See, guns are used to injure and hurt people, so naturally people shouldn’t have access to them. Anything than can hurt someone … Continue reading

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Encouraging self-governance: Part II

Does a man govern himself better under heavy external influences of control or by his own will? In general man will fare better when governing himself. This is the natural course, that man governs himself by the laws of nature … Continue reading

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