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    Free Ebook: Crisis #14 - Thomas Paine Writes Again, 19th April 2011

    Free copy of the April 19th special edition of Crisis #14 Crisis #14 is a new book by Amitakh and Steffan Stanford that deals with "liberty in crisis". Crisis #14 - Thomas Paine Writes Again Direct Download: http://www.flyingbuffaloes7.net/Crisis%2014%20194.pdf
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    Crisis #14 "Thomas Paine Writes Again"

    In the address, Lincoln acknowledged that slavery was lawful, and that, under the rule of law, it was legal, regardless of how immoral and despicable he believed it to be. He declared that slavery was lawful, that the Constitution expressly required that fugitive slaves be delivered up to their...
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    Crisis #14 "Thomas Paine Writes Again"

    As already stated, Britain had an extraordinary interest in keeping the institution of slavery viable in America. The American slave trade was profitable; the issue of slavery was a festering wound in the United States that was very divisive politically; and slavery made American liberty appear...
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    Crisis #14 "Thomas Paine Writes Again"

    On March 8, 1775, Paine published African Slavery in America, condemning the practice. Parts of that essay appear below: “That some desperate wretches should be willing to steal and enslave men by violence and murder for gain, is rather lamentable than strange... By such wicked and inhuman ways...
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    Crisis #14 "Thomas Paine Writes Again"

    Crisis #14 "Thomas Paine Writes Again" (Chapter 22: Abraham Lincoln vs Queen Victoria & Co) Why is there so much opposition to liberty? This book provides many answers to these questions. Hint: who were the tyrants in the American Revolution? Who was behind the Burr conspiracy? Who impressed...
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    Jesus the Spiritual Warrior vs Jesus the Sacrificial Lamb

    Now let’s take a look at history. The Church murdered and tortured many pagans. But, the Romans, before they adopted catholic Christianity were also Pagans. Could it be that some of this Roman Paganism was included in Roman Catholic Christianity? My suggestion is, that this happened indeed. One...
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    Jesus the Spiritual Warrior vs Jesus the Sacrificial Lamb

    There are many sincere, good people who are Christians but are fooled and caught in the trap of the roman church and its bible. This is a spiritual article written by a believer, but to mainstream Christians it may seem more skeptical and more antagonistic than blank atheism. First, let’s take...
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    Global Warming is real, but not primarily man-made

    It is most likely that Global Warming is real, but that its causes are mainly natural. Critics will now probably say that it is convenient to blame it on the earth instead of blaming it on humans. A case could be made that incandescent light bulbs are indeed more enjoyable than fluorescent...
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    Commonwealth Games – Commonwealth Glory

    До Свидания #13 Commonwealth Games – Commonwealth Glory by Amitakh Stanford 4th October 2010 The current Commonwealth Games serve to remind us of the glorious British conquests and that Queen Victoria crowned herself Empress of India. Australia is amongst the many British colonies, and is part...
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    Shut Down the Federal Reserve?

    Are the fraud allegations from the article urging to Shut Down the Federal Reserve accurate? Why is there so little education about the Federal Reserve in the media, schools and universities? Why is the Government Accountability Office not allowed a full audit of the Federal Reserve? The...
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    "rights for the rulers" versus "rights for individuals"

    The conventional political spectra are corrupted. Political spectrum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Though the descriptive words at polar opposites may vary, often in popular biaxial spectra the axes are split between cultural issues and economic issues, each scaling from some form of...
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    We all want big government

    OP has a very collectivist view. Just because the vast majority of people like big government does NOT mean that ALL people like big government. I do not. Protecting the rights of individuals can and should be done with small government.
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