Category Archives: political theory

Political Parties

I often wonder what it would be like if there were no political parties in America. No specific platform or belief structure or label that you had to promote. If men and women just stood up and said: ” I’m … Continue reading

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I feel so proud!

I know that this is just a commercial but no other country in the world is lucky enough to have our diversity. This kids are a mirror to what is so special about America. They make me feel so proud. … Continue reading

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Why am I so darn liberal these days?

For much of my life I considered myself a conservative…then a libertarian. Now over the past 6 years I’ve been acting like a liberal, although I’m really a centrist or maybe I’m just bipolar. I believe what makes America so … Continue reading

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Democrat or Republican?

O.K. so let’s see. The Democratic Party= Big government, high taxes, welfare for individuals, loves war. The Republican Party= Big government, high deficits, corporate welfare, loves war. Decisions, decisions, decisions.

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Democrat or Republican or…?

Caroll Quigley was a highly respected professor at Georgetown University. Quigley taught collectivism with a flair for practical politics. He taught that both major political parties must be led by men of common purpose and follow a common political philosophy, … Continue reading

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