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Is “Pro-Life” the same as “Anti-Abortion”?

We have allowed the press to define this debate, to the point where it is no longer a debate with an honest exchange of respected ideas, but a contentious verbal battle with no progress. Many who pompously title themselves “pro-life” … Continue reading

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Do You Have a “Right” to the Internet?

Finland has declared that broadband internet access is a basic fundamental human right, and the United Nations concurs (http://www.forbes.com/sites/randalllane/2011/11/15/the-united-nations-says-broadband-is-basic-human-right/).  [Of course, that the head of one of the unions representing a group who would benefit from a huge government contract … Continue reading

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Mr. Breitbart is Wrong

**editor’s note: This was written in February of 2011. Andrew Breitbart has since died, and this is meant in no way to be disrespectful of him, his efforts, his memory, or etc.; it’s just how I felt when I read … Continue reading

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