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The Babylon Conspiracy — Again

What separates me from the conspiracy theorists is that I am quite certain the conspiracies could not possibly succeed. I still believe that those conspiracies exist, and the people involved certainly do believe their plans could work, but that’s a … Continue reading

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DIY Glory Shine

Do it yourself; don’t trust outsiders. This is the watchword for our time. If you need to do a certain thing, make darned sure you cannot do it before you contract it out. Even if it’s actually cheaper and better … Continue reading

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Economics of Neofeudalism

It’s not that centralization is inherently evil. It’s that centralizers never obey the fundamental moral character of Creation. Nobody centralizes out of concern for the welfare of the people; there is always — always — a hidden agenda to pad … Continue reading

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The Limits of “Virtual”

I can’t tell people what to do. I can tell people how I decide what I do for me, and hope that gives you some clues so you can decide for yourself. Twice in just a few weeks, the Northern … Continue reading

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Visions and Dreams in the Night

We can easily understand the biblical moral ethics of how wealth and productivity should be handled. Even the damned communists (literally, they are damned) can see it that most productivity isn’t being used to the best benefit of humanity. So … Continue reading

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Covenant versus Profit

Let’s do a little biblical analysis. Take a look at how heart-led wisdom can affect how you view things, in the sense that you aren’t restricted by mere logic. An article on Zero Hedge talks about how The Sharing Economy … Continue reading

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The Current Path of the US

This is not about left and right. A genuine right-wing policy, for example, would practically dismantle our current federal government. Even Republicans are pushing for what amounts to socialism in substance, if not in name. Republicans aim for government support … Continue reading

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