Tag Archives: individual vs. the collective

Question #11: What is the relationship between objective virtues and individual rights?

Normally, others ask a question and I answer; however, this time, I am asking the question above and only starting towards an answer, which I will chew through over time in future posts. Over the past several months, a couple … Continue reading

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Loving and Political Change for the Better

Living during the Orgy of Sacrifice, which constitutes the bipartisan political agenda of the past 30+ years in the US, losing hope for a better future can be easy, especially for younger citizens who have never known different circumstances. While … Continue reading

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ObamaCare’s Website: I Didn’t Build That (a confession)

Given recent news about the significant failures in ObamaCare’s website, I have a disclosure to make about my contribution to that event; literally, I shrugged.  Usually, I cannot discuss specifics about what I am doing professionally; but in this case, … Continue reading

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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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Letter to The Washington Post’s E.J. Dionne

Mr. Dionne, In your Columbus Day 2012 talk at UVa’s Miller Center, you said that you would like to engage that Jim Woods guy in an argument related to your new book.  I am that Jim Woods, and I accept … Continue reading

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