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Freedom Two

Discussions about freedom in the 21st century tends to be about individual liberty, the type of freedom enshrined in the Bill of Rights to the Constitution. People have the right to speak freely, to protest, to openly practice their religion, … Continue reading

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Religious Reversal

The phrase “freedom of religion” has long been used as a substitute, of sorts, for the protections included in the first amendment to the United States Constitution. As such, it has always been considered to describe a positive concept, a … Continue reading

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Trickle-Down Freedom

Reality has a way of making hash out of many promising and popular theories. Or perhaps I should say many hypotheses, given that a theory is properly understood to be a more robust explanation about the way things work. A … Continue reading

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What Magna Carta?

This past week there was a significant official ceremony marking the anniversary of an event of far-reaching historical importance. No, I’m not talking about the bicentennial anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo (June 18th, 1815), which was also marked by … Continue reading

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