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Look up the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Google it. That was suppose to be comprehensive immigration reform, but you will find plenty of excuses explaining why it supposedly fell short. Both Democrats and Republicans will make excuses. Leaders … Continue reading
What Does I Mean To Live In A Secularized State? After I posted A CONSEQUENCE OF PERVERTED LEADERSHIP (a post on the legalization of same-sex “marriage”), scout defended the legalization of same-sex “marriage.” Part of his argument involves the following idea. I advocate trusting … Continue reading
It has become one of my favorite quotes, but that is not because it is easy. Be egalitarian regarding persons. Be elitist regarding ideas. — Peter Kreeft of Boston College (from here) The statement is simple, but the implementation is not. … Continue reading
Americans have fought one another in two civil wars. That first civil war we now call the American Revolution. Why did so many of the colonists revolt against the mother country? To determine the causes, we need only read the Declaration … Continue reading
Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu had a sense of humor. Therefore, when he wrote The Spirit of laws, a very serious work, he still gave us the opportunity to laugh at ourselves. 2. Different Significations of the word Liberty. There is no word … Continue reading