cross-posted at Canada Free Press Academics, who for all their supposed disdain for the Bible seem to revert to religious symbolism when addressing the question of what the various models of government might be, in the same way that theologians … Continue reading
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fable (n.) – a short tale to teach a moral lesson, often with animals or inanimate objects as characters; apologue: the fable of the tortoise and the hare; Aesop’s fables. The idea of moral tales in literature is, in terms … Continue reading
Let me start by saying that I am not a Republican. But since the nation has been used to Democrats versus Republicans since about 1860, it’s hard to change their view of a two-party electoral system. Given the make-up of … Continue reading
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, is a legislative title which provides three lies for the price of one, since it doesn’t protect patients, is not affordable and has no provision for improving or expanding patient care but only … Continue reading
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The response of a large plurality of Americans, if not an absolute majority to almost everything Barack Obama has done in the past five years can be summed up in a single phrase: It doesn’t directly affect me, so I … Continue reading
As President, Barack Obama is fond of stating the obvious as if it were a profound and insightful truth, particularly when Congress even hints at cutting up his national credit card. Yes, a nation must pay for the debts it … Continue reading
The latest wrinkle in the “you have to pass it to find out what’s in it” legislation referred to as Obamacare is the reported fear of lawmakers that unless something is done to protect their precious staffs from being burdened … Continue reading
In the past few decades a discovery in western Turkey has excited the archaeological world no end. An early “city”, with perhaps a few thousand inhabitants has been discovered at a site that archaeologists have named “Çatalhöyük” (and since the … Continue reading