A Unified Theory of the Mathematics of Natural Law

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You know the axiom: the solution to every diagnosis begins with a unified theory. Like mathematics, understanding this comes in varying degrees of difficulty beginning when we are children and the learning process first begins;...

The “Great Gay Outing” of ’92, My Pride Month Commentary

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Mark Twain once said there were "Professing Christians" and "Professional Christians", one nice and the other not necessarily. If you went to church on Sunday you'd know what Mark meant. The same could be said...

Prussians, Monty Python and the Stupidity of Blind Believers; The Thinking Beneath the Thinking

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In August, 1914, the first month of World War I, (then, also expected to be the last month), a German scientist, sitting with a group in Aachen which included Irvin S Cobb, then-journalist for...

When Atrocities go Unpunished They Become de facto Legal

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(The featured art is from the British magazine "Punch" in September, 1914, and it reads "God and Women our Shield!") World War I began in August, 1914, with an invasion by Kaiser Wilhelm's Germany into...

Reprisals and the Killing of Civilians in War

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"In Belgium there are many towns whose cemeteries today have rows and rows of memorial stones inscribed with a name, the date 1914, and the legend, repeated over and over: "Fusille par les Allemandes"...

Wyatt Earp’s Justifications for Killing off the Cowboys

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"For my handling of the situation at Tombstone, I have no regrets. Were it to be done over again, I would do exactly as I did at that time. If the outlaws and their friends and allies imagined that they could intimidate or exterminate...