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I give this ten stars... It has been the only way things have changed...

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Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA Mike, Norwalk (12/5/19)

You can't have one without the other...Morality and virtue based on law has nothing to do with either...

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Gone have the days of the "Left" and the "Right" we now only have one party and it's called the MIC. We have children starving, we have thousands on the streets seeking shelter, we have Vietnam Vets refused benefits and yet we spend $22.2 billion on  a Submarine which will become obselete in a year or two. 

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Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA (12/5/19)

Voting has become a total waste of time as the candidates have been chosen by the deep state.
 

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Without individualism there would be no collectivism... 

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Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA Mike, Norwalk (11/19/19)

Nov 10, 2017 · True Liberalism Is about Human Compassion. Libertarian, to many of us, is just a term invented after WWII due to the corruption of the meaning of true liberalism by the progressive establishment in the first half of the 20th century – especially in the US. This is how we see it, so their reading is jarring at first.
Author: Peter J. Boettke

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Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA David L. Rosenthal (11/19/19)

Don't go there, otherwise you will fail miserably.. 

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“If by a "Liberal" they mean someone who looks ahead and not behind, someone who welcomes new ideas without rigid reactions, someone who cares about the welfare of the people-their health, their housing, their schools, their jobs, their civil rights and their civil liberties-someone who believes we can break through the stalemate and suspicions that grip us in our policies abroad, if that is what they mean by a "Liberal", then I'm proud to say I'm a "Liberal.”
Then I'm a Liberal too!

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And the web is so tangled with corruption and power driven psychopaths that once you become entangled in its clutches you no long have the option of freeing yourself.... you have crossed the line....

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Those believing in God are both good and bad as in Natural law. 

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True evil only has the one face  I think Netanyahu is a good example....

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My favourite emperor. In his usual style, simple and straight to the point.  

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As long as the information being imparted does not encourage harm and injustice to others.

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I don't give a dam what you have on your t-shirt... Free expression should be free. Religion is a myth and made to control the masses.. Look at history the the evil it has created... I could write volumes on the evils of the church  mind you, it does provide a parking space when you need it!

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Ok I'll bite: Change has nothing to do with change/   like truth has nothing to do with truth. Change and Truth are absolute regardless what you think. Lets deal with reality and not some VERY distant probability. "Change is inevitable. Change is constant." Benjamin Disraeli. "When you're finished changing, you're finished: Benjamin Franklin. "Absolutes are Coercion. Change is absolute."  Allen Ginsberg. And the list goes on, and on.....

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Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA Colin, Arena WI (9/2/19)

Colin and Mike, precisely, and that is the point. I suppose with your thinking Einstein had stupid logic too! change is absolute, it has no master. The point Heraclitus makes is spot on and follows the thinking of eastern guru's  those Greeks were way above their time  if only Americans could learn from these great thinkers, alas we are so wrapped up in our greed and desires, that our minds become idle. Let's put it this way  it will Colin and Mike, precisely, and that is the point. I suppose with your thinking Einstein had stupid logic too! change is absolute, it has no master. The point Heraclitus makes is spot on and follows the thinking of eastern guru's  those Greeks were way above their time  if only Americans could learn from these great thinkers, alas we are so wrapped up in our greed and desires, that our minds become idle. Let's put it this way  it will probably take a few billion years for your statement to materialize.  probably take a few billion years for your statement to materialize.  

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Sorry, but the quotes is without knowledge of ethical culture, secular humanism, both can never be aligned to religion.

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Coming from Scalia, a devout Catholic, I understand his comment, though it is without classical or modern interpretation as the vast majority of Philosophers would disagree, as I do! 

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Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA Mike, Norwalk (8/29/19)

Mike, I gave you m ore intelligence than that! If only we had secular humanism wars would stop and the poor fed. "humanism, with regard in particular to the belief that humanity is capable of morality and self-fulfillment without belief in God." 
"The philosophy or life stance of secular humanism (alternatively known by some adherents as Humanism, specifically with a capital H to distinguish it from other forms of humanism) embraces human reason, ethics, and philosophical naturalism while specifically rejecting religious dogma, supernaturalism, pseudoscience, and superstition as the bases of morality and decision making."
Definition of secular humanism: viewed as a nontheistic religion antagonistic to traditional religion.

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Read it twice and you will get it!

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Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA Mike, Norwalk (6/7/19)

Mike, good to see you again too! Most wealth is ill gotten, a point you summarily dismiss. You don't own another's wealth as that would make you complicit. The capitalist society in which we perpetuate is crumbling and soon it will reach the bottom of the barrel where only the sediment lives. Fortunes are made with lies and deception  a case in point is the Rothschilds (I think you know the story). Anyway, we cannot continue along this road as the bottom line has a bottom. Hence the new working force AI. 

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