Archive for March 2022

The Two Fundamental Pillars of Socialism

The two fundamental pillars of socialism are elimination of private property and equalization of wealth. Democrats are having a love affair with the prospect of socialism in the United States. I don’t believe they’ve thought seriously about the consequences of the two fundamental pillars of socialism. Freedom is not at all consistent with the elimination…

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A factually true statement that is misleading is still a lie

Big media can present a factually true but misleading statement  and get away with lying if nobody notices. Deception by misleading is an attempt to hide a lie. It will trick the reader to believe something that isn’t true even though the statement itself is factually accurate. An otherwise accurate but irrelevant statement to cast…

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Always Do The Best You Can With What You Have

I was nine years old when my father decided to leave this world. 1954 Of course, he left my mother and I at the same time.  At first we thought he had just  inhaled too much smoke from working on his car. He’d be OK in a couple of days. When I saw a couple…

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Is there an afterlife? (an updated version)

No says Steven Pinker, a Harvard psychologist: “Belief in an afterlife is a malignant delusion, since it devalues actual lives and discourages action that would make them live longer, safer, and happier.” I would like to know how he knows so much. Human beings are sentient meaning we feel and perceive things we cannot prove.…

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When Marital Trust Turns Deeply Troubling

What does a guy do when he gets home and finds his wife in bed with another man? It happened to me in a previous and very short marriage many decades ago. On that day I wanted to kill her. But I didn’t. I just went to the nearest divorce lawyer I knew. In a…

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