Monthly Archives: August 2012

John Roberts Overrules Parole Board, Frees Mark David Chapman, by Harvey Mastersen

John Roberts Overrules Parole Board, Frees Mark David Chapman…Harvey Mastersen August 24, 2012 by sasoc  Harvey Mastersen’s blog   John Roberts, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, overruled the parole board today in a decision to free Mark David Chapman, … Continue reading

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What Would Ayn Rand Do About the Euro Crisis? – Businessweek

Illustration by Steve Caplin Rand’s libertarian call to arms could help Angela Merkel shrug off euro-zone burdens, says the book’s new German publisher   Crisis Management   What Would Ayn Rand Do About the Euro Crisis?   By Zeke Turner … Continue reading

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Off With Their Heads! Posted on August 23, 2012 by Jeff Miller, Ph.D.

The world has gone mad today…Good’s bad today…Day’s night today…Black’s white today Off With Their Heads! Posted on August 23, 2012 by Jeff Miller, Ph.D. Killing unborn human babies is okay, but decapitating roses?—That is just plain wrong. At least, that … Continue reading

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Leadership, Cultural Values and the Financial Crisis in the States by Dr. Jim Eckman

We have lost our statesmen. Today, our “leaders” (I only use this term in a positional sense) not only have feet of clay, but they are up to their eyeballs in a slough of corruption. We live in a postmodern … Continue reading

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The English Language by Richard Lederer

English is the most widely spoken language in the history of the world. It is used in some way by at least one out of every seven human beings. Half of the world’s books are written in English. The majority of … Continue reading

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