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Predatory Externalization

In the study of economics, we recognize the concept of externalization, wherein major actors in the economy will shift the costs and risks of their activities onto others. So, for example, air pollution shifts some of the costs of production … Continue reading

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Biblical Law of Preferences

The US federal apparatus is wholly owned by the globalists. They are the single greatest threat to the American people. Very few people have the stomach to actually get rid of them; it would require entirely too much bloodshed. What’s … Continue reading

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OpenSUSE: No Sales Pitch

The average consumer gives precious little thought to the technology they use, beyond concerns with their own convenience. The only time they start caring about what’s going on behind the interface they experience is when failures impinge on their convenience. … Continue reading

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Radix Fidem Curriculum: It’s Personal

3. It’s Personal We should be eager for divine justice. Even when it means our own punishment, we are eager to see justice live on this earth. We live in a fallen existence and perfection is simply impossible, but the … Continue reading

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Covenant versus Profit

Let’s do a little biblical analysis. Take a look at how heart-led wisdom can affect how you view things, in the sense that you aren’t restricted by mere logic. An article on Zero Hedge talks about how The Sharing Economy … Continue reading

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Corrosion Eating the Guts

Just a heads-up so you aren’t surprised when you see it happen: Most of the Big Tech behemoths are suffering from internal corrosion. It’s likely some of you are aware of the SJW (social justice warrior) onslaught inside all of … Continue reading

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Moral Good is Multi-generational 02

If you can grasp Part 1 from yesterday, then you are in a position to understand why we reject Western style free market capitalism and libertarian philosophy. Everything in the West presumes a fundamental orientation on the individual. Even when … Continue reading

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