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A Libertarian Perspective on Covid-19

There is a vast spectrum of opinion on Covid-19 and the SARS2 corona virus. One end believes that governments should declare martial law and forcefully lock down their people, in the extreme, extending such lock-downs indefinitely to prevent climate change. … Continue reading

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The Outcome of Allowing Censorship

Another day, another article in the Guardian addressing censorship. This time, Nick Cohen of The Observer is somewhat more lucid as he declares that The spectre of censorship and intolerance stalks today’s left. The task that appears most urgent today … Continue reading

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Taking the Atheist Challenge

Though I’m not an atheist (I consider myself a Christian, though not in a strict sense), I’m going to take The Atheist Challenge. 1. If there is NO God, then there is no Measurement or Standard for morality?  Then What … Continue reading

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End of Democracy Due to Loss of Elite Control?

The article The Shocking Paper Predicting the End of Democracy gives us a fascinating view into the mind of one of the global elite. The hypocrisy and lack of self awareness is frankly astonishing.   Everything was unfolding as it … Continue reading

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