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It’s Always Been Personal

Everything is personal. No doubt you have heard, and will continue to hear, about this imaginary thing called “the rule of law.” It’s a favorite rhetorical device of American politicians. This business of Trump and the House of Representatives is … Continue reading

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Covenant Manhood 02

You have to understand that, when you walk a heart-led life in full faith, Creation itself knows who you are, and will welcome you with open arms wherever you go. Your obedience to Biblical Law literally changes reality. Perhaps most … Continue reading

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We Are Open Source

If there’s one thing we affirm and embrace from the nascent Networked Civilization, it is the ethics of Open Source. I’ve already stated quite bluntly that I don’t support the legal concept of copyright and intellectual property because I’m convinced … Continue reading

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Resume for the Network Age

You can’t hire me, but you can invoke my loyalty. On the one hand, we must comply with the laws of the land at least enough to fly under the radar. On the other hand, you must understand that I … Continue reading

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ACBM: Part 3 Chapter 3

Chapter 3 — Human Motivations Iron discipline is for losers. When the European tribes were confronted with the political opportunities associated with adopting the Christian religion, they still carried their gloomy outlook and lack of sophistication. The ostensible claims of … Continue reading

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