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Faria: Freedom versus Equality (Part II)

In Part I of this essay, we discussed the terms Freedom and Equality in accordance with Natural Rights theory and Constitutional governance, and then we summarized the ten planks of Karl Marx’s 1948 Communist Manifesto. We showed how our Constitutional Republic has been eroded toward a Social[ist] Democracy by the infiltration of those Marxist planks […]

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Faria: Opening Trade with Cuba and Letting the US Taxpayers Foot the Bill!

Much of the recent discussion among both Democrat and Republican members of Congress regarding the need to lift the travel ban and end the U.S. embargo of Cuba has revolved around the possibility of selling millions of dollars in agricultural products to Cuba. These politicians conveniently forget that the Castro brothers are dictators of the

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National Health Insurance (Part I): The Socialist Nightmare by Russell L. Blaylock, MD

One characteristic of the collectivists is that when a particular term becomes unpopular, such as the word socialism, they create a succession of more socially friendly terms. For example, in the 1800s they did not shy away from the term socialism, but as people began to understand that socialism was a form of social control

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Socialism, property taxes: Reducing the burden

Kudos to State Rep. Allen Peake for his valiant efforts and much-needed proposal to eliminate the increasingly burdensome property taxes in the state of Georgia. No one should be surprised that Mr. Frank Gadbois is against it! His aversion to individual freedom and free market capitalism is well known. Instead, Mr. Gadbois is for “progressive

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Socialized (Free) Medical Care in Cuba (Part I): A Poor State of Health

Those in the United States who yearn for a more “egalitarian” and “equitable” system of medical care “like the one in Cuba” are not familiar with the extraordinary saga of Cuban physician Dr. Dessy Mendoza Rivero, who has managed to get the word out for anyone willing to listen. And they should. ¡Dengue!-La Epidemia Secreta

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