Monthly Archives: December 2012

Post for Jan 6-12 2013

TaN: In this Information Age (via the World Wide Web), are patents, copyrights, and intellectual property rights still “viable” – and, more importantly, morally defensible?  There is ever increasing pressure and effort to obstruct and hinder the free flow of … Continue reading

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Post for Dec 30-Jan 5 2013

TaN: Do you believe in Jesus Christ; are you a Christian; or, are you a hypocrite?  During the New Year festivities, how many of the following did you engage or participated in: exploding pyrotechnics, having round fruits, wearing polka dots, … Continue reading

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Post for Dec 23-29 2012

TaN: Saying grace and meaning it.  This came to me because, at a celebration, I noticed that a plate was left half-filled with (untouched) food.  The owner/eater has left. It made me realize that many are guilty of the same … Continue reading

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Post for Dec 16-22 2012 (3rd TaN added on Dec 21, 2012)

TaN: It is bad enough that we must have a law to deter/”discourage” wrongful acts; now, we see laws being enacted that mandate doing beneficial acts.  Enacting laws that mandate people to perform “beneficial” deeds is a contradiction to the … Continue reading

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Post for Dec 16-22 2012

Am working on this one; hope I can post it in time.

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Post for Dec 9-15 2012

TaN: When is money not wealth and wealth not wealth?  When they neither represent nor are grounded on labor, nor on natural resources, nor on anything natural but on artificial things?  When it draws its value from itself.  This is … Continue reading

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Post for Dec 2-8 2012

TaN: I see no need for having same-sex marriages.  For all intents and purposes, there seems to be no fundamental or essential difference between a marriage contract and a regular contract.  The important thing is that both are binding.  I … Continue reading

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