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Equality Is a Slogan Based on Envy. It Signifies: Nobody is Going to Occupy a Place Higher Than I

Equality Is a Slogan Based on Envy. It Signifies: Nobody is Going to Occupy a Place Higher Than I

"I studied the Koran a great deal. I came away from that study with the conviction that by and large there have been few religions in the world as deadly to men as that of Muhammad." (Alexis de Tocqueville)

"I studied the Koran a great deal. I came away from that study with the conviction that by and large there have been few religions in the world as deadly to men as that of Muhammad." (Alexis de Tocqueville)

There will never be a person who thinks entirely like you do. For one, people learn things randomly and nonstop throughout their whole lives, sometimes adapting new perspectives. In fact, if someone stays the same for an extended period of time, you have to realize they have stopped learning. Whether it be a speedbump or a consious decision, you be you. If your partner loves you and you love your partner they will accept the changes and either guide and teach them or learn from them. Never…

There will never be a person who thinks entirely like you do. For one, people learn things randomly and nonstop throughout their whole lives, sometimes adapting new perspectives. In fact, if someone stays the same for an extended period of time, you have to realize they have stopped learning. Whether it be a speedbump or a consious decision, you be you. If your partner loves you and you love your partner they will accept the changes and either guide and teach them or learn from them. Never…

I have never understood creationism, and cannot fathom how anyone can argue with science. There needs to be a separation between church and state in our classrooms. You're free to believe whatever you want, whether its creationism or evolution. However, one of those two is science, and belongs in a science classroom. The other is a personal religious belief you got from an ancient text.

I have never understood creationism, and cannot fathom how anyone can argue with science. There needs to be a separation between church and state in our classrooms. You're free to believe whatever you want, whether its creationism or evolution. However, one of those two is science, and belongs in a science classroom. The other is a personal religious belief you got from an ancient text.

Constitution, US Constitution, Constitution Quiz, Test, Just for Fun, The Patriot Institute

Constitution, US Constitution, Constitution Quiz, Test, Just for Fun, The Patriot Institute

Tragic traditions.

Tragic traditions.

Sir Thomas More, English lawyer, scholar, author, and statesman; wrote Utopia (1516), about an imaginary island, where society was based on equality for all people. It is from this novel that we get our word "utopia." He was beheaded on July 6th, 1535 for refusing to recognize his long-time friend King Henry VIII as the head of the Church

Sir Thomas More, English lawyer, scholar, author, and statesman; wrote Utopia (1516), about an imaginary island, where society was based on equality for all people. It is from this novel that we get our word "utopia." He was beheaded on July 6th, 1535 for refusing to recognize his long-time friend King Henry VIII as the head of the Church

Sam Houston - governor of Tennessee at age 36; marshaled the army that won Texas independence; President of the Republic of Texas; U.S. Senator for the State of Texas and Governor of the State of Texas when the civil war began.  Because of his ardent defense of the Union and refusal to swear allegiance to the Confederacy, he was deposed as governor in 1861 and vilified by Texans when he died of pneumonia in 1863.  His last dying words to his wife Margaret, "Texas, Margaret ... Texas."

10 Fascinating Facts About the Battle of the Alamo

Sam Houston - governor of Tennessee at age 36; marshaled the army that won Texas independence; President of the Republic of Texas; U.S. Senator for the State of Texas and Governor of the State of Texas when the civil war began. Because of his ardent defense of the Union and refusal to swear allegiance to the Confederacy, he was deposed as governor in 1861 and vilified by Texans when he died of pneumonia in 1863. His last dying words to his wife Margaret, "Texas, Margaret ... Texas."

Massanutten Peak, east of Harrisonburg, Va

Massanutten Peak, east of Harrisonburg, Va

Arlington in December Wreaths Across America

Washington Monument From Arlington Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Tom Gari Gallery-Three-Photography

Arlington in December Wreaths Across America

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