Monthly Archives: January 2016

More thoughts on the cold war interpretation of the U.S. Constitution – the ‘frigid war’, ‘the re-enactment of the American Revolutionary War’, and the ‘historical shadow’

I had some more thoughts on the cold war interpretation of the U.S. Constitution (I’ve written similar things in previous articles such as “Thoughts on the cold war interpretation of the U.S. Constitution: distortion “in the name of the Constitution”” … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the myth of the power of the U.S. President – government stagnation, the “tyranny of blame”, and other things

In a recent conversation I made an interesting statement: “I get a kick out of the power people think the President has.  They think the President can make all these changes, as if he can wave a wand and all the problems … Continue reading

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Thoughts on some of the effects of Christianity on the glorification of understanding, reading, learning, and intellectualism

Reflecting one day, I had some interesting thoughts about the effects Christianity had on the glorification of understanding, reading, learning, and intellectualism: THE IMPORTANCE OF “NO GRAVEN IMAGES” IN INTELLECTUALISM There seems to be a relationship between intellectualism and the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘sexual tension triangle’ and the importance of the ‘phases of attraction’

Recently, I recalled an incidence when I was in high school: Basically, a friend of mine invited me to his friends house to play cards.  His friend was a female, but they were not dating or anything.  He just knew her from … Continue reading

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