Tag Archives: family

One year employment review for your child

My daughter just had her first birthday this month. She is my first child. I began thinking about being a parent as though it is being an employer. What if my children are my employees? If I had employees in … Continue reading

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How autism is a paradigm shift for parents

I recently (March 2013) self-published a book I wrote relating my family’s experience with autism and how it affected every aspect of life. My youngest brother (number 4 of 6 children) is diagnosed with autistic disorder. The book is called Secondhand … Continue reading

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The Right to Life

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has been making the headlines recently for his Mr. Smith-style filibuster in the Senate. The topic was combat drone use against American citizens. Clearly he felt strongly about receiving more information regarding whether or not the … Continue reading

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Society’s demands for faith leaders

Religion is a structure wherein answers are sought and found that cannot be answered by empirical study. It is true that religion can answer questions that are also answered through empirical study, but it goes one step further. Religion works … Continue reading

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Society’s demands for youth

In order for society to carry on it needs high quality parents raising up new members. This means that the new members need to one day become high quality parents themselves. We know that not everyone is capable or even … Continue reading

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Will Senator Feinstein’s gun ban bill make America safer?

Yesterday Senator Diane Feinstein (D-CA) opened a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Senate Bill 150, or “how I learned to stop living rationally and hate the semi-automatic firearm,” also known as “assault weapons ban of 2013.” Seven months have passed … Continue reading

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Society’s demands for parents

In order for new people to exist older people need to have children. There is no way around this. Personally, I believe this is one of the fundamental purposes for why people exist on the earth, to have children. Not … 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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Encouraging self-governance: Part I

In order to survive people need at a bare minimum food and water. Shelter from natures elements or dangerous animals in the form of buildings and clothing are also very important. These are required for survival. Survival is the foundation … Continue reading

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What did I really learn in history class?

At times I feel as though I’m experiencing a great awakening. It isn’t often, but i’ve had my share of moments of clarity and epiphany. Sadly I’ve probably forgotten some of them, which is a good reason for me to … Continue reading

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