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Why Secular Liberalism Always Creates Contradiction – US And EU Top Offenders

Why Secular Liberalism Always Creates Contradiction – US And EU Top Offenders

Liberalism is having its day on a global scale. The United States is only a notch behind Europe in becoming the second great home for secular liberalisms gray soup where all absolutism is dissolved into a giant pot of tolerance and diversity. It promises to feed the world but it is un-palatable under the strong light of truth.

Political Forums and the Changing Face of Democracy

Political Forums and the Changing Face of Democracy

Unless you’ve been living the last decade under a very large and weighty rock, there’s no way you’ve failed to notice that in a thousand different ways, the internet has changed pretty much everything about the way we live, work, and communicate with each other.

Political Debate – Where Has All the Civility Gone?

Political Debate – Where Has All the Civility Gone?

Political Debate – Where Has All the Civility Gone? There was a day when political debate carried with it the notion of civility. That it was possible to hold a political debate with a rival (even one from the opposite side of the political landscape) and hold an issues-driven conversation. …Wait! Don’t stop there!

Fodder for Political Debate

Fodder for Political Debate

Here are a fistful of policy changes I support. I am sure that these will make excellent fodder for political debate, and welcome any of our readers to open threads in the forums relating to any of these they’d care to discuss or debate further.

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