Monthly Archives: September 2010

THIS WAR OF IDEAS THIS COUNTRY IS INVOLVED IN CURRENTLY (Issue 441)

I just signed off on my five part series, “The Route I Took To Learn The Philosophy of Freedom,” (blog Issue numbers 435 to 439), which is a sort of condensing the journey from my reading of the Status Forces Agreement signed by General MacArthur, returning sovereignty to Japan after World War Two up through […]

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THE DIFFERENCE IN A NEED AND A WANT. THE INALIENABLE RIGHT TO OWN PROPERTY AND SELF-RESPONSIBILITY OF FREEDOM IN A NUTSHELL (Issue 440)

As I sit at my window, writing on my computer, I can see squirrels flying up and down a huge pecan tree, in a feeding frenzy. This morning I saw a redbird sitting on a limb watching the squirrel eat pecans. I went to my fenced in backyard and saw a beautiful hummingbird, with its […]

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THE ROUTE I TOOK TO LEARN PHILOSOPHY OF FREEDOM – ENDING TOUR IN TENNESSEE (Issue 439)

PART FIVE In some of the stories of my journey of Discovery of Freedom in this series, I have written about in parts of previous articles, but decided to write more in depth, with some continuity relative to my journey. How I started on this route of intense desire to understand just precisely what Freedom […]

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THE ROUTE I TOOK TO LEARN PHILOSOPHY OF FREEDOM. MY BATTLE OVER COMPULSORY SCHOOL LAW (Issue 438)

PART FOUR After the meeting I held in my home with dozens of disgruntled parents attending, one attendee was a local minister who was irate over the treatment of his two daughters in the school. He called and wanted to stop by and talk with me. The night he attended he came in a rented […]

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