Posts Tagged freedom

Social Media and Integration

I recently “breached” my personal/business social media boundary. I went to a conference and, during the conference, met some VERY intelligent and engaging folks. When I returned, I sent, as I normally do, many of them invites to Linked In. I used to maintain every contact in my own database, but rapidly realized that delegation of personal information to the […]

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Progressive Taxation is Capitalism Continued… Continued….

From a purely practical standpoint, my friend @jaredude is hard to prove “wrong” , in his continuing argument Progressive Taxation is Capitalism Continued… Practically.  But is that the purpose of philosophy?  Is the economic betterment of ourselves; the collection and eventual protection of things, the goal of life?  Well, that is, obviously, purely a rhetorical question.   I can’t answer that […]

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