Tag Archives: Independence

Farming: The cost of food

I recently came across an article on Gizmag.com about AeroFarms urban vertical aeroponic systems. I found the article to be an interesting and exciting description of yet another way for humans to grow food in environments where food production has been traditionally difficult or impossible. What caught my attention more than the article, though, were the […] Continue reading

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These United States

It’s subtle, but there is a huge difference between saying “the United States” and “these United States”. In the first case, one seems to be referring to a single nation that has the odd characteristic of being made up of theoretically semi-autonomous internal divisions, … Continue reading

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Constitutions, oaths, and people

There seems to be some confusion running around on the internet about the nature of the government of our nation, its founding document, the oath sworn by military members relative to that government and document, and the people. Let me … Continue reading

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A point of order

On 22 March 2010, Congress passed the Stamp Act Health Security Health Care Reform bill, and days later, the President signed it into law. In the days that followed, angry citizens subjects individuals committed acts of violence and hatred against … Continue reading

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It starts now

The only way that those of us who believe in Constitutional, limited government are ever going to make what we believe a reality is if we stop making excuses, stop expecting other people to make democracy work, and stop thinking … Continue reading

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