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This SCOTUS Decision Led to the American Civil War

Dred Scott v. Sandford (March 6, 1857) We Canadians do not really have a true sense of American history. There, I’ve said it aloud. I was reading a chapter, today, in Phineas Quimby’s book entitled “Government”. It was written in … Continue reading

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Is “Freedom” the New Slavery?

Rebellion and Revolution After reading 1984 yesterday, I realized that I neglected one of the Newspeak/doublethink phrases: Freedom is Slavery Then, today, I read the following from a Phineas Quimby article: The difference between rebellions and revolutions is this. Revolution … Continue reading

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The Debate: Is Nationalism Fascist?

Isolationist Thinking Debate implies that there are two legitimate sides to every conflict: no right, no wrong. But what if you come up against an ‘enemy’ that chooses to shut down the debate by insisting that any ‘anti’ behaviour is … Continue reading

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Modern Servitude

A Slave by Any Other Name…   I usually don’t write about social issues, at least. not directly. But a recent line of thinking has made me ponder: plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. Most people coming to … Continue reading

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