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Britains Cut Loose from the European Flotilla

Whether or not you think the EU is a rag tag flotilla of boats that want to be a navy, you’ve got to admire the British for having the guts to go their own way, despite the protestations of the … Continue reading

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Why Politicians Evade Questions

When Jesus was in the temple of Jerusalem, the chief priests and the elders came to him as he was teaching, and asked by what authority he had cast the vendors out of the temple and was preaching there, even … Continue reading

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My Answers to Pew Research’s Political Typology Quiz

I decided to take Pew Research’s Political Typology Quiz. I’m going to share my answers and, where I think they’re needed, the reasons behind them. Each question asks you to choose between two answers, picking the one which most closely … Continue reading

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Money in Politics: The One Issue That Matters

On August 25, 2015, the New York Times posted the article “Donald Trump, the Green Lantern Candidate” by Brendan Nyhan (@BrendanNyhan), a political scientist and assistant professor at Dartmouth. It continues to be cited today. This article perfectly illustrates the … Continue reading

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Answers to Questions for Libertarians by Jon Stewart

What would be your best response to these questions and statements: Is government the antithesis of liberty? > No. Slavery is the opposite of liberty. One of the things that enhances freedoms are roads. Infrastructure enhances freedom. A social safety … Continue reading

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