Monthly Archives: September 2005

Immensities of Life

So it's been a while since I posted, and yet so much is going on. New school year, new name, new husband, and a new haircut. Hurricane Katrina hit and once again it appears that the country has a major … Continue reading

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Married Bliss

so it’s been a while since we’ve posted on this blog. That’s alright. It’s all good. Life is great right now with Annie. We are happily married and living in the greatest city in America, New York City! It is … Continue reading

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Violence in America

so I am sitting here at my desk at work at the library and a black woman and her son, probably 8 or 10 years old, come up to the desk to ask a question. the son asks if there … Continue reading

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God, The Universe and Time

so I’m checking out the HuffingtonPost, a nice blog that tells it how it is. One of the threads was about how NASA found a new star that exploded like 12 billion years ago….the thread somehow got into the liberal … Continue reading

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Ayn Rand and Objectivists’ View of Religion

how can this not be clear? “Religion is a primitive form of philosophy, because it attempts to provide a theory of the nature of man, man’s place in the universe, and a guide to human action. But religion admittedly has … Continue reading

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Objectivists View of Religion

Let this be clear, because I am so boggled as to why Mormons would agree to this philosophy, Rand’s Objectivists, who view selfishness as a virtue. Read the following http://capitalism.org/faq/religion.htm “What is the relation between religion and socialism? Religion is … Continue reading

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My review on Amazon.com of “Atlas Shrugged”

Whether you like her book or not, it is an influential book and it isn’t going away. She is to conservatives what Marx is to liberals, i.e. the extreme version of what most conservatives believe. Her philosophy is flawed and … Continue reading

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