Monthly Archives: November 2015

Virtue’s Sway

It is not Christmas, no, ’tis not, But Midas Time, when happy wealth Hands gifts to loved ones on the spot, And sweet of joy and spice of health Are lifting loved one’s lips a lot! The tinseled tree-limbs’ sparkling … Continue reading

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The Free Meal

The ten men paddled their boat away from their Islamic State island. They were heading for Mimba, a small freedom-loving island, where they hoped to get food, clothing and houses. As they beached their boat on the white sands of … Continue reading

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Not Thanks, But Praise

Not thanks, but praise, Yea, praise to independence, Praise on praise on praise To men who drive with sense Up their independent ways! And songs, not prayers, Yea, songs to honest seeing, Singing, singing, singing, To men whose joy of … Continue reading

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Refugee, Principle

There is no real problem with a refugee as long as one holds to the principle of non-initiation of force. First, if you know someone who is fleeing his country and coming to yours, you can choose to help him–financially, … Continue reading

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The Gangster

Islam is the gangster faith of Muslims including belief in Allah as its god and Muhammud as his prophet, and murder for the sake of murder. An imam is a Muslim gang leader. Kill the imams and you kill the … Continue reading

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Life and Love

Life! What a wonderful thing! To breathe and stand, to see and think! To walk with lightness, run and act! To lie on down and dream of the future! Of things to be made, songs to be sung! Loves to … Continue reading

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Moslem Refugees

Who is to pay for their food and housing? Taxpayers. How was this money gotten from taxpayers? Through threat of force for not paying taxes. So, the government, which violated the individual rights of its citizens in taking their money … Continue reading

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