Tag Archives: marxism

And Now For Something Completely Different


Computer technology is a mess.  The CPU is far outpacing everything else.  It's like a marathon runner dragging his entire support staff behind him.  CPU's have reached outstanding speeds.  They could be even faster if they weren't limited and held back by all of their support hardware, and the need to maintain backwards compatibility.  Let […]

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History Is Repeating Itself


Hello my friends.  It's been a long time since I wrote an article of my own.  I've been very busy.  Not only busy in my personal life, but also trying to help my sick country.  The authors and articles I have been posting in my place have articulated my feelings so well on the topics […]

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How Did the Pilgrims Beat ‘Communism’ With the Free Market?


Recalling the story of the Pilgrims is a Thanksgiving tradition, but do you know the real story behind their triumph over hunger and poverty at Plymouth Colony nearly four centuries ago? Their salvation stemmed not so much from the charitable gestures of local Indians, but from their courageous decision to embrace the free-market principle of […]

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Are You An American or Borg?


Yes, you read that title right.  For those of you that do not follow the Star Trek universe, the Borg is an empire of cybernetic (part alive, part machine) organisms that travel the galaxy “assimilating” other societies (against their will) to benefit the Borg collective.  In the process, they strip each person of their individuality […]

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Change, Hope, and “The One”


And it came to pass in the Age of Insanity that the people of the land called America , having lost their morals, their work initiative, and their will to defend their liberties, chose as their Supreme Leader that person known as “The One”. He emerged from the vapors with a message that had no […]

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History and Wisdom


I have learned early on in my life, that those of the past, and many of those that have lived longer than me can teach important lessons in life.  Experience and history is the worlds best teacher of what works and what does not.  Unfortunately, most of society, in its self-centered arrogance, tends to ignore […]

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