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So many philosophical discussions seem to end up in confusion over words, that I wonder whether that is all that such discussions are: fancy piles of words, with no meaning, that we continually rearrange to see whether they look better when lined up this way than that. 4,433 more words
34justice’s first guest author is David Fischer, a student at Harvard Medical School and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute medical research fellow. In this piece, David discusses how physicians navigate “the gray zone between life and death” when they interact with patients on life support. 1,049 more words
“E Pluribus Unum” no more.
WGNtv Chicago posts the alarming “news” that ISIS has the destruction of Chicago in its sights.
And Americans fed up with the totalitarian collectivists and moral nihilist appetite entities of the left who have already eaten away at not only our civilization but at our heritage of liberties, react with a shrug at the notion of the mayor of chicago trapped in the flaming ruins of the ecological niche his leftist ambition fouls and undermines. 1,057 more words
Continuing on through this video series on Classical Liberalism which is actually one of the major schools of though in Libertarianism. Now we hit the Natural Rights School. 484 more words