New Essays

Have Freedom, Will Travel

I've been feeling inspired for a while now to write something about these invasion forces in Europe and the USA disguised as immigration, but it needed to percolate for a while in the ol' noggin'.  Recently, though, I was pushed over the edge when I myself was...

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It’s the Constitution, Stupid

There's an old saying in the US political scene which was intended to remind candidates back in the bad old days that the American people weren't really interested in honorable principles such as personal freedom, nor bettering the world by ensuring equal justice for...

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Summing Up the Dilemma

by Paul Seymour The System Backs us into a Corner Due to a moral dilemma which recently confronted me, I had to ask myself - when is it ok to lie, and when is it not?   That's a real crap situation to be placed in for us honest people, and is by very clever...

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Let’s be Honest

by Paul Seymour If you tell just one lie, then you're a liar.  Period.  I know that we've all been subjected to attempts by the service-to-selfers to be conditioned to accept, and even somehow love lying, but the fact is, it does some serious damage to one's...

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