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One Problem Facing the U. S. – Indoctrination of the Young Rather than Free Thought

I was involved in a debate today after watching this young lady’s thoughts on the upcoming Presidential elections. On pretty much every count (and sadly), you can see that she has heard her parents say these things and, rather than try to think for herself, she looks for the approval of her parents. 751 more words


On the Streets of Eugene

My son Michael Kepler Meo attended one of the Conversations on Race we have here in Portland, one in which the Albina Ministerial Alliance on police accountability and the Chief of Police, along with several of his deputies, appeared.   66 more words


The Relevance of Thomas Paine

I have been reading Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” about which Wikipedia has this to tell us:

Thomas Paine has a claim to the title The Father of the American Revolution…

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Hugh's Blogs

jilldennison reblogged this on Filosofa's Word and commented:

Mr. Hugh Curtler shares many of my posts, and today I am sharing this one from him, titled ‘The Relevance of Thomas Paine.’ It is proof that good ideas never outlive their usefulness, just as the writings and ideas of Thomas Paine have survived and thrived throughout the centuries and still have relevance for us today. Thank you, Hugh, for this post and for allowing me (albeit implicitly, since I didn’t actually ask this time) to share.

She Admits They Are a Person But Denies Them the Most Basic Right to Life

No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any… 130 more words



As a historian, I thought the defining moment in last night’s third and final presidential debate came when moderator Chris Wallace of Fox News asked Donald Trump if he was prepared to accept the outcome of next month’s election should he be defeated.  1,021 more words

U. S. Politics

Donald Trump Wins Third Presidential Debate: When Asked If He Would Support The Winning Candidate He Said "I Will Look At It At The Time", I Agree

Every time I think that the media cannot get any dumber they come through with flying colors of proving me wrong. Donald Trump when asked by Chris Wallace if he would recognize the winner of the presidential race if its not himself, Trump said that he will have to wait and see. 314 more words