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COVETING AND CAPITALISM

Posted by in 2012 President, Capitalism, Communism

Capitalism is where people with diverse attributes, varying levels of creativity and skill, physical strength, and personal passions can each find prosperity by simply exchanging value for value the dreams encapsulated in their hearts.


The Most Toxic Children’s Book of All Time

Posted by in Abnormal Psychology, Children, Communism

The real, and very dark philosophy at the roots of The Giving Tree, is one of utter nihilism; the sacrifice of oneself for another who lacks the capacity to reciprocate, and the subordination of self-interest to a child’s self-absorbed and malcontent quest for sustenance through the destruction of the life of the one entity that loves him.


MITT’S MESSAGE OF FREEDOM AND VIRTUE

Posted by in 2012 Elections, Capitalism, Conservatism

This is the beauty of Capitalism when it is not corrupted by the outside intervention of extrinsic powers such as government bureaucrats and power-hungry politicians. Humans respond positively when value is returned for value. The incentive, both physical and spiritual, to progress, invent, explore, and find a better way, always follows in a natural process of exchange of value for value. Only individuals can determine what value is of a worth equivalent to the treasures of thought, industry, and love they have to offer.


AYN RAND AND MOTHER EVE: ADAM SHRUGGED

Posted by in Capitalism, History, Mormonism, Religion

Sin is not simply the product of man’s evil nature. It is the stumbling block, the cruel and dispassionate tuition of error, remorse, estrangement from God and other mortals, the burning fire which refines man, and teaches his mind to adapt, change course, invent another way, improve his lot, and employ his godly nature in the process of achievement.


SELFISHNESS: VICE OR VIRTUE?

Posted by in Capitalism, Religion

The Left speaks of “shared sacrifice,” which, to them means, that those who earn give of their property to support those who, for whatever reason, fail to earn. It is euphemistic for Collectivism, and because one must lose to another, with wealth being moved around but never created, this form of “sacrifice” is a lose, lose proposition.


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