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On Equality and Inequality

By Ludwig von Mises

Different and Unequal

The doctrine of natural law that inspired the 18th century declarations of the rights of man did not imply the obviously fallacious proposition that all men are biologically equal. 4,864 more words


Voluntary Investment: Compound-Interest Charity

Capitalist Investment: The Greatest Type of Charity

C. Jay Engel

In our time of rising socialistic rhetoric and indignation against those who have great levels of wealth, we also encounter the idea that the use of wealth for charitable purposes is better for society, perhaps even more moral, than the use of wealth for business development and capital investment. 1,488 more words


Progressive 'Christian' Hypocrites

Progressive ‘Christian’ Hypocrites

By Erick Erickson

Mayor Pete Buttigieg, one of the many Democrats running for President, keeps trying to play a Christian on television, and it’s been going badly for him. 680 more words


"Love Your Enemies:" Interview and Critique

Interview with Arthur Brooks on “Love Your Enemies”

By Boyd Matheson

 With a Following Critique from “First Things”

Boyd Matheson: Divisive politicians, screaming heads on TV, angry campus activists, Twitter trolls. 6,411 more words


Likening Che Guevara to Jesus?

Likening Che Guevara to Jesus is Despicable

By Dr. Julio Antonio del Marmol

I have so many reasons to describe any comparison between Che Guevara… 637 more words


Huckabee Challenges ‘Churches of Little Faith’

Mike Huckabee Identifies ‘Biggest Threat’ to Moral Fiber of US, Why it’s the Church’s Fault

By Leah MarieAnn Klett, Christian Post Reporter

ANAHEIM, California — Redefining gender and sexual identity is the “greatest threat” to the moral fiber of America, said former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee, and the fault lies with the Church. 994 more words


010 - Adagio in G Minor - 4 instruments - Salomia and Agapi

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Adagio in G Minor is a music piece probably composed by a well-known Italian musicologist and composer, Remo Giazotto, in 20th century. 281 more words