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The Logical Result from Decades of the Who Are We To Judge? Philosophy


February 17, 2009 | Permalink


Capone was an "out" law, but Geithner is an "in" law.

Posted by: RobertinSeattle | Feb 17, 2009 11:20:41 PM

It is also the logical outcome of the hostility, both active and passive, found towards Christianity and its virtues in the public square. This is concomitant with the rise of liberalism, an ideology which has, as its logical if not explicit goal, the destruction of Western civilization.

How much more of this will we endure before we reclaim this country for ourselves and kick out the corrupt ruling elite?

Posted by: Sparticus | Feb 18, 2009 12:14:42 AM

I think highlighting the actual change in liberalism from its roots is a good idea.

If you understand what corrupted it, you may figure out how to combat it.

Before 1900, liberalism was, in fact, an enlightened, beneficial philosophy. Shortly after that, however, an event occurred which showed that the liberal notion of themselves as an enlightened and superior culture was false.

What We Lost In The Great War

Long, but well worth the read. From that point on, liberalism became the enemy of Western Civilization, and its destruction and position as "the worst of all possible worlds" became a central tenet of modern liberalism.

Posted by: Obloodyhell | Feb 20, 2009 1:48:42 AM

I screamed NO! about Geithner's appointment. But, actually, it seems that everyone IS judging everyone else right now. We're barely into the 2012 races and already the Republicans are at each other's throats and researching each other's lives, hoping to find a fatal flaw, or something they can turn into one. And they're not the only ones. So each side is sniping at the other, and the media crap on both sides is crazy. Them's politics, friends!

Posted by: Bonita | Aug 19, 2011 4:21:11 PM

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