American Theology Simply Stated, The Transcendence of Liberty

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The Transcendence of Liberty I’ve told this story before, of the time in 1991 I attended a birthday party for a law professor at a university in USSR Ukraine. Around three tables pushed together, in...

The Doctrine of Liberty, The Original Republican Brand, Who Owns It?

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I claim primacy for the GOP that is the older of the two, as well as the one that claims the greater chance of actually growing in size

Bill Clinton at 75, the Archetype of the Type

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Bill Clinton turned 75 in August, born the first year of the Baby Boom generation. (15 months after me.) As you know "Laws of Generations" are a big deal with me in defining and...

Why did John Wilkes Booth call Abraham Lincoln a “Tyrant”?

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When John Wilkes Booth put a bullet in Abraham Lincoln's head at Ford's Theatre on April 14th.1865, he jumped over the balcony rail onto the stage, broke his leg, then stood up, faced the audience, and proclaimed "Sic...

We’re all ‘domestic terrorists’ now by David Kupelian

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(From a friend, David Kupelian is a respected and award-winning journalist, who also writes for World Net Daily, which the MSM and Wikipedia consider "far-right" and "fringe", which means to most Americans who read...

Judging Beauty, Goodness and Virtue

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"If you judge Beauty or Goodness or Virtue solely based on what you see in the mirror you will likely die a painful death...whether old or young. Just ask Kurt Cobain" from St George Frederick, an old friend returned.