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Sue’s Favorite Sword: YouTube Video

Ancient Sword
I'm not sure why really but swords have always fascinated me. I have a nice collection of them and I've trained in their use. I've studied fencing, Asian martial arts sword use, and the use of a broad sword as well. The swords in the below video show signs that they were owned by different people. Each person put their own unique design on the sword but left some of the old design as well. They we...
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Anarchy is as Much a Fantasy as Socialism

Anarchy violates human evolution. Or, if  you don't believe in evolution, it violates the will of God. Either way, human nature abhors anarchy. That may sound odd since anarchy is defined as an either "a state of disorder due to absence or nonrecognition of authority" or an "absence of government and absolute freedom of the individual, regarded as a political ideal". You may think that is the n...
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The American dream is a prayer to the future.

Handcart Company
I've heard many definitions of the American Dream over the years. More often than not it is about a wife, a car, a house, and a fine job to pay for it all. For me, those things aren't the dream, but rather the products of that dream. The term comes from comes from historian James Truslow Adams who wrote in 1931 that it was "That dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and full...
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Men are the Cure for the Grip of the Masterminds

Mastermind
There is sometimes an argument about the difference between leftism, socialism, and communism with people arguing all day long what the minute differences are. But you and I know that foundationally speaking, there is no difference, they are each the same as the others. I'll explain. The New York Times article below is a perfect example of this foundation. The article talks about climate change...
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The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand

I read this book after I read Rand's other famous novel Atlas Shrugged though she wrote this one first. It was very popular when it was written and was even turned into a movie staring Gary Cooper which you can watch and enjoy. But the movie and book are two different things. If you really want it right, read the book. Rand wrote the book with the intention of being a platform to explain he...
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