Category Archives: liberty

A Passion Born of Necessity

I was talking to a coworker today about the upcoming elections. “I don’t really follow politics,” he said. “I rarely even vote.” Of course my colleague is not alone. Voter turnout is usually around 60% of those eligible to vote, … Continue reading

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Can’t we all just get along?

Something jumped out at me as I watched the President’s State of the Union address last week. It was the line where President Obama said that the reason that the healthcare bill had hit roadblocks is because it is very … Continue reading

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