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Yes Your ******* Startup Can Cut A Little Free Speech

The internet’s ugliness has been revealed in so many different ways these past few months, it almost makes you want to pull the plug on all of it (I can’t of course, because Apple already removed my Ethernet port before I could get the satisfaction). 1,085 more words


Tana Daily Telegraph reblogged this on Tana Daily Telegraph and commented:

"...just take a look at our comments every once in a while..." - original author

Southern Heritage Parade

Middleburg, Florida held a “Southern Heritage – Confederate
Flag Rally Parade” on Saturday July 18. There was a huge turn out- over 300 people in the  “parade” of vehicles adorned with confederate flags. 139 more words


Are You a Cultural Christian or a Biblical Christian?

I’ve been pondering this question for a while now.  It seems since I’ve been on Twitter the circles I’ve communicated with claim to be Christian but have a fierce sense of nationalism, gun ownership and a disdain for the President and favoritism for political/fleshy Israel with no real Biblical discernment .  322 more words


On Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, or "Happy Birthday America"

I’m an American.  I served in the U.S. military for 5 years, during war time, after attending one of the military academies for 4 years.  Almost a decade wearing the uniform and saluting the flag.   315 more words


The Three Pillars

Religion.  Politics.  Economics.  Our forebears built society upon these three pillars, these constructs, that describe one man’s dominion over another.

Now rooted so deeply in our lives and minds, we cannot define ourselves without them.  293 more words


The shape of things to come

Ad visus ex futurus, the vision of the future.

I am using this rough translation to, as elegantly as possible, describe the theme for FVTVRVM.  Think about tomorrow.  400 more words


Quick Thought: Abbott’s ABC onslaught and Civic Weakness

The weeklong escalation of Tony Abbott’s attack upon our national broadcaster began with shared criticism of an editorial mistake and ended with claims the ABC “betrayed our country” for broadcasting convicted Australian terrorist Zaky Mallah’s spontaneous hostility. 529 more words