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Like It or Not, The Market of Ideas is a Part of the Commercial Market

While some people have used words like “fascism” and “gay gestapo” to describe what happened with former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, and say that intolerance forced Eich to resign, these people are mostly mistaken. 1,162 more words

Politics And Current Affairs

Unstable as water

My wife and I once took a whale watch cruise from a little town in Massachusetts. To find the whales we had to go out on the Atlantic until even the skyline of Boston disappeared from view. 417 more words

Faith And Life

Corrupt Democrat Machine Calls Voter ID "Racist"

By Tom McLaughlin ~

“Vote early and often for Curley,” was a lyric from one of Democrat Mayor, Congressman, and Governor James Michael Curley’s campaign songs I heard often while growing up a Boston-Irish-Catholic-Democrat in the 1950s. 834 more words

Public Opinion

NewsBusted - 14-108 - Video

Topics in today’s show:

– This past Tuesday, April 15th was Tax Day.

– Now Tax Day has passed, let the TEA Party audit begin. 94 more words

Public Opinion

Al Gore In Hawaii: Carbon Polluters 'Immoral, Unethical, Despicable'

By Havilah Steinman ~

Al Gore was “fired up” at the University of Hawaii in sharing his message on climate change, according to a local TV news report of a speech in which the former vice president bashed unnamed “carbon polluters” as being ”immoral, unethical, and despicable.” 221 more words

Public Opinion

Guardians of the National Mythos

By James F. Tracy

The most efficient system of opinion management functions largely absent of the conscious intent or effort of intellectual governance. A society detached from its historical bearings will frequently resort to myths and falsehoods which over time form a coherent worldview resistant to unconventional perspectives. 1,913 more words