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Ryan Smith: The Reality That Awaits Women in Combat – WSJ.com

January 29, 2013

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Beware of Liberals Touting Collectivism and Seeking Higher Taxes

January 24, 2013

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The following is an analysis by John Gray, professor emeritus at the London School of Economics: “One of the features that distinguished Bolshevism from Tsarism was the insistence of Lenin and his followers on the need for a complete overhaul of society. Old-fashioned despots may modernize in piecemeal fashion if doing so seems necessary to […]

An Example Of Reconciliation Of Plato With Christianity

January 19, 2013

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Boethius in the sixth century A.D. and Thomas Aquinas 500 years later, devoted their lives to the reconciliation of Platonic Philosophy with Christianity. One can see in this presentation reason why they both believed that Plato, at an earlier time, was teaching much of the same message that Christianity brought forth later.

The Greatest Movie Line Ever!

September 16, 2012

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Ingratitude

September 1, 2012

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The Roman Statesman and Philosopher Lucius Anneaus Seneca believed that ingratitude should be a crime dealt with and punished by the State. Although most all today would disagree that the former should be the case, most today would agree that we live in a time where ingratitude is certainly rampant. Seneca in his book on […]

Vegan-ism — Trendy Lifestyle or New Age Religion?

May 23, 2012

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Recently I was asked the following question by a very sincere follower of the Vegan life style:  “What does Vegan-ism have to do with religion”?  Apparently this friend was being ostracized by others in her circle for seeming to replace her commitment to previous religious values with inordinate zeal for Vegan-ism. Normally I would not […]

SOMETHING TO CONSIDER

April 12, 2012

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Professor Andrew Stark of the University of Toronto quotes the Greek thinker Epicurius in stating that “The relationship between a person and his death, is a strange one.  Whenever one is present, the other is nowhere to be seen. As long as a person is alive, his death has not yet happened. And of course […]