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No Myth or Ceremony Required: Ownership

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Categories:  Consumerism, Philosophy

The modern world has made the concept of ownership a fact of life. From the moment we’re born we are indoctrinated with the ideas of what is yours and what is mine and the terrible twos are when we generally fall in love with the concept of “mine!” Some people developed further into that aspect […]

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Green is the Color of Money

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Categories:  Life, Philosophy, Politics

The environmentalist movement may be full of morons and hippies, but there are some merits to caring about the environment. My biggest concern in my own life and the lives of my family and friends is Quality of Life. Having a safe, healthy place to live is absolutely paramount in one’s quality of life.

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If I’m Nuts, You Should Be Too

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Categories:  Politics

Am I a nutjob? A whacko? Am I one of those people that you roll your eyes at to your friends after I walk away? My ideas may be different than most people’s, but are they really that crazy?

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Healthcare in America

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Categories:  Philosophy, Politics

One of the biggest criticisms the Democrats have for other politicians is their lack of an answer. Republicans and Libertarians like myself both oppose Universal Healthcare (or Socialized Medicine), but the Republican Party does not offer any answers of its own, so instead people who want something done about it turn to a bad answer as opposed to no answer.

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