Tag Archives: Individualism

  1. GOP Can Only Sweep Social Issues Under The Rug For So Long


    February 10, 2014 by Anders Ingemarson

    For the last couple of weeks, PJ Media has had something of a running debate among its PJ Columnists on the question …
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  2. Obama In Pantheon of Most Successful U.S. Presidents?


    January 22, 2014 by Anders Ingemarson

    Since the botched launch of the healthcare initiative bearing his name, talk radio and TV, editorial pages and the blogosphere …
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  3. Hymn To The Individual

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    January 1, 2014 by Anders Ingemarson

    2013 was a good year for championing the moral case for separating state and the economy. The collectivists were out …
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  4. Statism, Altruism, and Pragmatism – The Diseases That Killed Detroit


    July 25, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    “There are two kinds of need involved in this process: the need of the group making demands, which is openly …
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  5. A Tale of Two Pauls


    March 14, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    In the past few days two U.S. congressmen have offered a study in contrast between passionate action based on moral …
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  6. Gun Control Diversion Tactics


    February 10, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    The common perception after Newtown/Sandy Hook is that gun control advocates are seizing the opportunity to further their agenda; that …
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  7. Dare We Dream Of Immigration Reform?


    January 30, 2013 by Anders Ingemarson

    News out of Washington proclaims a bipartisan effort to reform immigration. I’m leery of anything labeled “bipartisan”; more often than …
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