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Guest column: Do Americans still value freedom?

By Edward Hudgins, originally published 4 July 2001. Worth reading again after two decades! Think about these things, and why they are! America is a unique country, founded on the principle that we are endowed with “certain unalienable Rights, that among … Continue reading

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The despicable state of “higher education” in 2021

From the smallest cowtown college to largest Mega-University, higher education is a parasite on society, the economy, and any possible benevolent type of government. While it is no doubt the case in Europe, Pacifica, and even our allies in East … Continue reading

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Sharing quotes about our biggest headache

By Nathan Barton Having just visited with a number of friends, business associates, and clients on their current challenges, it was appropriate that I received a neat collection of quotes from a relative. Many of their challenges have to do … Continue reading

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