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Not Random Violence, but the Consequence of Ideas

Saturday, we saw a number of news reports on the interwebs about the murder of Delbert Belton, who fought at Okinawa, allegedly by two teenaged thugs. From these reports, we learned that robbery is bad, murder is bad, elderly combat … Continue reading

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Top 10 Books for Selfish Citizens, 2nd Quarter 2013

The following are the top 10 books for April – June 2013 as identified by the readers of Selfish Citizenship. A Turn for DeWurst by Sydney Kendall | Related post: A Turn for DeWurst, an alternative to the state of … Continue reading

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A Turn for DeWurst, an alternative to the state of education in America

One of the personally most important books that I have read is Sydney Kendall’s novel A Turn for DeWurst.  I read it with my youngest daughter; its theme, plot, and character helped establish a solid foundation for real fact based … Continue reading

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