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On the Road to Find Out

By Bradley Harrington Yes the answer lies within / So why not take a look now / Kick out the Devil’s sin / And pick up, pick up a good book now” — Cat Stevens, “On the Road to Find … Continue reading

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Republicanism: An Obituary

By Bradley Harrington “In any conflict between two men (or two groups) who hold the same basic principles, it is the more consistent one who wins.” — Ayn Rand, “The Anatomy of Compromise,” 1964 — In last week’s column, I … Continue reading

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Why I Am Not A Republican

By Bradley Harrington “There’s nothing in the middle of the road but a yellow stripe and dead armadillos.” — Jim Hightower 1998 If you’ve ever wondered how it came to pass that the Republican Party, nationally, has evolved into disasters … Continue reading

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words

By Bradley Harrington “Schools teach exactly what they are intended to teach and they do it well: How to be a good Egyptian and remain in your place in the pyramid.” — John Taylor Gatto, “Dumbing Us Down: The Hidden … Continue reading

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Hot Air Hooliganism, Part II

By Bradley Harrington “If we can’t think for ourselves, if we’re unwilling to question authority, then we’re just putty in the hands of those in power.” — Carl Sagan, “The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark,” 1995 … Continue reading

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Hot Air Hooliganism, Part I

By Bradley Harrington “Being intelligent is not a felony. But most societies evaluate it as at least a misdemeanor.” — Robert Heinlein, “Time Enough for Love,” 1973 If you ever want to find out just how wedded people are to … Continue reading

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Energy: Science Vs. Hysteria

By Bradley Harrington “Science does not advance by consensus, a show of hands, or even persuasion. It advances by individual scientists proposing testable hypotheses, examining data to see if they disprove a hypothesis, and making those data available to other … Continue reading

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