Monthly Archives: July 2016

Socialism is a system of legalized thievery which encourages dishonesty and distrust.

When the first question in voters’ minds is “What can candidate X do for me?” they are really asking, “How much of someone’s money is he going to take and give to me?” His candidate becomes a potential grasping hand … Continue reading

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Smart Kids

To her new classroom of twenty-five eleven and twelve year old boys and girls the mannish teacher said, “The most important thing you can do in life is to work for a cause that is bigger than yourself.” Dark-haired Tommy … Continue reading

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Last Agony?

Clinton or Trump, A dump is a dump; To vote is to vote for trash. Instead, I’ll write in Individual Rights And wait for the country to crash. I will have my last say, And I’ll do it my way, … Continue reading

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O Sovereign Self

O sovereign selfish mind of single aim, O singing, ringing ego pure and whole, Not nice, nor kind, but just, with no low shame, Made strong for pride-of-purpose in your soul, I praise with thankful ardor your lone height, Praise … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz

When Ted Cruz spoke at the convention: since he knew he was not going to endorse Trump, it was the perfect time to introduce the principle of individual rights. Now, many might think that it’s too early to speak about … Continue reading

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Oh Say, Can You See?

The flowers stand, but have no eyes to see; They do not walk, nor wave they flags in air. Nor sing they of a country that is free, While weeds their death and slavery prepare. Brave flowers, standing blind through … Continue reading

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The Giants

Each step I take on up this hill In my self-filling, thrilling will Is for the find of my more sight That binds the peak of each new height To heaven me so high and free To be the giant … Continue reading

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