Category Archives: Politics

Objectivism: The Anti-Christian Approach to Life, Politics and Everything

In Objectivism: the Flavor of Tea I tried to raise awareness of the philosophical presuppositions that underpin the conservative reaction fanning across D.C. The key, in Ayn Rand’s own words, is that the, “[his] highest moral purpose is the achievement … Continue reading

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Get Out and Vote!

So you’re going about your morning and the news is playing in the background as you’re getting ready for the day. You hear a story about Sean Penn’s comments affirming the Libyan people’s revolution against Gaddafi. What do you do? … Continue reading

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Common Grounds on Burgher Avenue

Nearly a year ago, I wrote a post called, On What Grounds?, about the plan to open a mosque near Ground Zero. The project was called Park51 and was promoted as a bridge – a project of peace. The project … Continue reading

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Ah, Doesn’t the Acrimony Look Lovely This Year?

How would you describe D.C.? A wonderfully vexing place where acrimony is in full bloom? Or how about a place with a marvelous view of the great partisan divide? Whatever the spin, D. C. is a place riddled with gridlock! … Continue reading

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