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Dating Women in Your Area

The Longhairs

Guys with long hair. Not the USofA cultural norm. That’s about all there is on the subject for certain. Everything else you think and say is just that… thoughts and words. What do you KNOW about guys with long hair? I’ll help you out a bit here. You know they are not slaves to convention. You know they are not overly concerned about what the majority thinks … or says. In my case, I am far less concerned about my physical appearance than average… or yours, for that matter. I feel and live inside, not outside. I appreciate others not for how they look, but for who they are. Reversing that, in my view, is shallow – and not […]


In classical social and political science, a liberal was one who wanted people liberated from tyrannical governments. Turning that word on its head was an early example of the newspeak war on malleable minds. A part of me cringes every time that word is abused… the same way I bristle at the mis-use of the phrases “The Patriot Act”, “The War On Drugs” and so many more. However, this trio of quotations that arrived in my e-mail today from Liberty Quotes are otherwise really good. ————— “Based on strikingly irrational beliefs and emotions, modern liberals relentlessly undermine the most important principles on which our freedoms were founded.  Like spoiled, angry children, they rebel against the normal responsibilities of adulthood and […]

real Libertarian’s view

The Radical’s Obligation by L. Neil Smith L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE Number 901, December 4, 20 Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise I had a “discussion” earlier this week, online, with an individual attempting to excuse the many and grievous shortcomings of Libertarian Party Presidential candidates over the years. I had remarked that it was a damned shame that the LP has always been unable—or unwilling—to nominate a candidate who is actually a libertarian. It was this fellow’s view—the “Mrs.Grundy” hypothesis—that traditional libertarian positions on issues (i.e., the plain, unvarnished truth about who we are and what we believe) are too frightening for folks in general, and have to be watered down and nearly compromised […]

Science in Crisis

It’s Worse Than You Think By James CorbettGuest writer for Wake Up World You may have heard of “the crisis of science” recently. That there is something massively wrong with the way science is being conducted these days is not a fringe anti-science idea anymore. It’s being discussed in mainstream publications like The Washington Post, The Economist and The Times Higher Education Supplement, and even mainstream science publications like Scientific American, Nature and So what is the problem? And how bad is it, really? And what does it mean for an increasingly tech-dependent society that something is rotten in the state of science? Let’s take a look at the problems facing modern science, and what is at the […]