Monthly Archives: August 2011

Principle 2 Faith Begins with Self-Interest

principle 2 The second principle among the 13 principles of posterity is just about as pivotal as the first. The first being “God is the author of prosperity.” The first is quite pivotal because after your first decision you realize … Continue reading

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The First Principle

Principle 1: God is the author of prosperity (i.e. Principles Govern) Well in trying to explain my second decision accepting the principle that there is a creator of this which we see and experience and this creator has instituted or … Continue reading

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two paradigms

two paradigms There are two paradigms in the world. One is based upon scarcity and fear. This paradigm believes that money is power.(socialism /communism) The other paradigm shows that the world is full of abundance and is based in faith. … Continue reading

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Alberta constitution…just a thought

Constitution For Alberta In 1981 Canadians got a new constitution, but no one cheered. In our hearts and our bones we knew it was not our constitution. We had had no part in its creation. In addition it wasn’t a … Continue reading

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would like to make or join a galts gulch in alberta !

  In Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shruggedthere was a hidden refuge in a valley of Colorado where the people of ability had retreated to after relinquishing participation in American society. It was aptly nicknamed “Galt’s Gulch” by its inhabitants, though it … Continue reading

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Liberty and Socialism Cannot Co-exist!

I love this…. Posted some where else on February 19, 2009 by Aaron I recently met a man who claims to be a libertarian with socialist leanings (when restrained by pre-determined parameters). I laughed. That’s like saying you’re all blue … Continue reading

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But if not….

In early 1940 the British and their allies sent a force of some 350,000 men into the low countries of Europe to stem the tide of German advance into France, Belgium and Holland. Caught in a brilliant pincer movement by … Continue reading

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