Rand Paul and the Gutless GenerationTownhall.com ^ | July 14, 2014 | John RansomPosted on 7/14/2014, 9:49:22 AM by Kaslin
Ron Paul to make acting debut in ‘Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?’New York Daily News ^ | Friday, June 20, 2014 | Ethan SacksPosted on 6/20/2014, 3:51:29 PM by nickcarrawayThree time presidential candidate joins Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity in third installment of trilogy based on Ayn Rand’s 1957 novel
Liberal Hollywood will have to make room for a new star — right-wing politician Ron Paul.The three-time presidential candidate will make his acting debut in “Atlas Shrugged:
Who Is John Galt?,” the third installment of the films based on Ayn Rand’s novel.”Atlas Shrugged is a fantastic book, but it’s much more than a story — it’s a philosophy,” Paul told the Hollywood Reporter, which broke the news…..
In this grand experiment that we have been dragged into kicking and screaming by those who would attempt to devise the perfect human, the perfect animal, the perfect plant, by
manipulating their basic genetic structure to suit a preconceived design, we are being led by babies in adult diapers who have no understanding of the very things that are crucial in revealing the perfection that is sought.
David Ruben — A Prison for Your Mind, Part 7… “Denial is a form of mind control! Is it too late to regain our freedom? No, but the answer is painful. It comes down to a …”
All around the globe, there are political and religious zealots that delight in terrorizing, torturing and murdering people. In America, perversion and corruption are rampant, and violence is commonplace. Even in your own home-town danger and crime hovers somewhere nearby. The question is: why… why do the overtly corrupt have such a stranglehold on the human race, and exactly how did the virus of immorality gets into our lives and our world — and most importantly, what is the way out so we can be truly free? The path has always been and always will be the same for everyone. Each of us is born with a unique, separate awareness of being. Some find meaning, live a good and rewarding life, and die well, while others turn toward a different destiny. Why?
Maclean’s ^ | May 7, 2013 | Brian Bethune
Posted on Tuesday, May 07, 2013 2:00:54 PM by rickmichaels
Death, it seems, is no longer Shakespeare’s undiscovered country, the one “from whose bourn no traveler returns.”
Not according to contemporary bestseller lists. Dreams and visions of the afterlife have been constants across human history, and the near-death experiences (now known as NDEs) of those whose lives were saved by medical advances have established, for millions, a credible means by which someone could peek into the next world.
Lately a fair-sized pack of witnesses claim to have actually entered into the afterlife before coming back again to write mega-selling accounts of what they saw and felt there.
“‘And all arithmetic and calculation have to do with number?’ ‘Yes.’ ‘And they both appear to lead the mind towards truth?’ ‘Yes, in a very remarkable manner.’ Then this is knowledge of the kind for which we are seeking, having a double use, military and philosophical; for the soldier must learn the art of number or he will not know how to organize his army, and the philosopher also, because he has to rise out of the transient world and grasp reality, and therefore he must be an arithmetician.”
“Then my noble friend, geometry will draw the soul towards truth, and create the spirit of philosophy, and raise up that which is now unhappily allowed to fall down. Nothing will be more than likely to have such an effect.”–Plato,
The Republic One of the reasons why mathematics is interesting most particularly geometry is that it enables individuals to make logical deductions and connections.For example, if both pairs of opposite angles of a quadrilateral are congruent, then it follows logically that the quadrilateral is a parallelogram.