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Why must significantly fewer laws lead to anarchy? 100 years ago, did we have more or fewer? Was there anarchy?
How did Mr. Brand get into Hannity's brain in the first place?
Except he didn't accuse you of saying it, but demonstrating it. So, maybe reading carefully would be a good idea.
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Is Thinking Obsolete?

Lance73 Wrote: Aug 05, 2014 8:10 AM
This is what happens when a culture abandons objective truth for the shifting-sands of relativistic truth. And, Dr. Sowell, as much as I love your worldview and your articulation of it, what we have here is not an "artificial stupidity"; it's as real as it appears. The NEA has accomplished the goals of a Prussian, socialistic education while we've kept our heads buried in a pseudo-quaint patriotism that assumed all along that everyone was playing by the rules and thought like we did. This has been to our utter detriment, and may very well be our demise.
So, to live out one's life in complete surrender to your religious beliefs is honorable if your are a terrorist, but if you are a Christian businessman, fuggedaboutit.
Here in Kentucky, our legislature just passed a law that allows a woman who has received a restraining order against her husband an immediate, temporary carry license to protect herself. This is a real way to help.
True dat! The question should not be "Will you stop this?" but "Why do you wish to stop her from stopping him?"
After raising three sons, I am thoroughly convinced that mothers in Ancient Greece, while washing dishes, observed their sons sticking their finger at other little boys and crying, "Bang! Bang!" while Mom exclaimed, "What's that noise?" It just seems to be a part of their nature, along with sliding blocks of wood across the floor going, "Vrooom, vroom."
Very similar to a Rob Rogers' political cartoon from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about a year ago. 'The Scene' A deer holding a hunter's dropped rifle on said NRA-clad hunter. 'The Thought-Bubble' "OK, maybe some gun restrictions would be okay." Proving the point that if deer were armed, hunters would be unable to harm them, while trying to disparage the NRA's position on self-defense: priceless!
Ms. Parker, a truly generous suggestion from CURE, yet one that will never work because it is built on a faulty assumption, which then shifts the trajectory. Sure, it would work if the government was actually interested in providing retirement benefits and making sure that people saved for their retirement. However, we all know this was just a scam to bring another revenue stream into D.C. to be used at the whim of our overlords, proven by the vault of I.O.U.s st the SS Admin. Now that two generations have been lulled into the 'security' (L.O.L.) we are further down the abyss of dependency, with the next step (in your plan) being that the government will somehow decide and control the retirement funds, thereby continuing their covert money-laundering scheme.
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