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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part IV of IV

 For the Good of All. . . . of Those in Power Indeed, such equalization has increasingly been declared the inevitable product of human enlightenment for those on the Left, as all that is good is perceived to extend from … Continue reading

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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part III of IV

No Freedom of Speech Here! Most important here is that, once one accepts the notion of relativism, one must also logically accept the notion that equal opportunity will automatically translate to equal outcome, as the lack of meaningful differences between … Continue reading

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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part II of IV

Utopian Wishful Thinking The reason this strange feedback loop predominates is that, for most humans, feelings, beliefs, and desires trump conclusions that derive from reason and science. And in this case, for many it is the belief in socialism that … Continue reading

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ObamaCare’s Spectacular Success With Regard to the President’s Fundamental Transformation of America: Part I of IV

While many are lamenting the less-than-stellar start for the application of President Obama’s landmark legislation, the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as ObamaCare, there is no need to fret; it is a sure winner with regard to the President’s promise … Continue reading

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More on the Future Perils of Postmodernism: Part V of V

 Plan For the Worst, as Someday the Worst Will Occur As the most recent and best documented event in this line of ecological perturbations there is much to learn from the Little Ice Age that lasted from around 1350 to … Continue reading

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More on the Future Perils of Postmodernism: Part IV of V

History Repeats For a Reason Enter postmodernism and the perils it portends. For postmodernism is defined not only by the notion that we live in a new age—an age where human intellect and technology have allowed us to go beyond … Continue reading

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More on the Future Perils of Postmodernism: Part III of V

Back to Basics Yet most important here is that the greater cataclysmic decimation framework displayed in the above examples renders the postmodernist framework an utter fantasy. That is, as we humans still have extremely limited control over natural physical cycles, … Continue reading

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More on the Future Perils of Postmodernism: Part II of V

Earth History Repeating Enter two recent articles surrounding historical events and the impact they have had on human existence: one being the Younger-Dryas ice age of around 12,900 years ago and other being the Dark Age that occurred from around … Continue reading

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More on the Future Perils of Postmodernism: Part I of V

It is a widely held notion that if we humans believe something is or will be true then it will be true. Indeed, this view predominates on both the religious right and the ideological Left. In the first case, nearly … Continue reading

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Human Intelligence is Devolving?: Part V of V

Function Versus Fiction The reason we can be sure this will not end well is that there is an additional utopian assumption that is just as flawed as those previously discussed: humankind has or soon will transcend the demand for … Continue reading

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