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You might be a left wing statist if:
1.  You believe that big government is good, but big business is evil.
2.  You believe that trimming down the size of government is a low priority (or not one at all).
3.  You believe that gun control will deter or slow down criminals.
4.  You refuse to take anything you have heard at a GOVERNMENT run school with a grain of salt.
5.  You believe that minimum wage should be about $20 or so.
6.  You believe that pornography, birth control, contraceptives, sex toys, or abortion are among the only things that shouldn't be regulated or banned.  Bonus points if you support exposing children to these things under the guise of "sex education".
7.  You believe that women should have a choice in murdering their own children, but you believe that criminal scum who have done everything they could to deprive themselves of the right to live shouldn't be executed.
8.  You ignore the fact that many involved in "big business" vote or support liberal or democrat policies.
9.  You think that Michael Moor
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Do you notice what I noticed?
From wikipedia:
"Classical liberalism is a political philosophy and ideology that emerged as a response to the Industrial Revolution and urbanization in the 19th century in Europe and the United States. It shares a number of beliefs with other belief systems belonging to liberalism, advocating civil liberties and political freedom, limited government, rule of law, and belief in free market. Classical liberalism is built on ideas that had already arisen by the end of the 18th century, such as selected ideas of Adam Smith, John Locke, Jean-Baptiste Say, Thomas Malthus, and David Ricardo, stressing the belief in free market and natural law, utilitarianism, and progress. Classical liberals were more suspicious than conservatives of all but the most minimal government and, adopting Thomas Hobbes's theory of government, they believed government had been created by individuals to protect themselves from one another."
Huh.  Guess Classical liberalism and modern liberalism/progressivism ar
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Teach Them to Hear His Voice
Note: The readings are from the 6th Sunday of Easter. The quotes that I didn't cite are because all of them can be found in the readings for that day. Here's the link: http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/050513.cfm)
“Unless you are circumcised according to the Mosaic practice, you cannot be saved.” For some these words represent a hardheadedness or desire of some to control the lives of others. I would rather have you believe that these men had all the right intentions. These were Jewish converts to Christianity and taught that the law of Moses is what leads to Christ. In their minds, having all people follow the law of Moses was not only necessary, but it was the best way to live.
As is the case with so many things in life, what we believe to be the best and proper disposition may in fact be the most burdensome. We devote a great deal of our time to planning and working out many things to our advantage. Dedicating ourselves to our work and providing for ourselves and those
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One of the overarching story elements of the new Ducktales reboot since its very premiere has been the mystery behind the parentage of Huey, Dewey, and Louie, specifically of their long lost mother, Della Duck. Her disappearance has had an evident impact on their family, most notably with it being the reason for Donald and Scrooge's falling out. But this episode offers a greater insight into the overall impact that her absence has had on many of the individual characters.

While we still don't know what exactly happened to Della Duck after this episode, we do know that whatever did happen to her was traumatic enough that it not only caused Donald to distrust and drift apart from Uncle Scrooge, but also transform him from a plucky, adventurous duck into someone much more timid and cautious, as he is no longer willing to go on adventures anymore.

Even then, what encourages him to continue going on said adventures, as was evident in both this episode and the very first, has been his concern for the overall well-being of his family, especially his three nephews. Because when his family faces grave danger, no matter how sheltered his sister's past has forced him to become, he's always there to heed the call to adventure.

Of course, the character who shines most in this episode is Dewey. Of all three nephews, he's the one most interested in learning about his mother's past and uncovering the mystery behind her absence. His search for her is driven by his desire to learn more about her and the type of person she was, especially since her never really knew her.

However, the closer he comes to the truth about her, the more he learns that she may not have been the greatest person he once imagined her to be, and it's this revelation that makes him hesitant to continue his search. Of course, just as his Uncle Donald decides to continue adventuring for the sake of his family, so too does Dewey continue his search for his mother, accepting the fact that learning the honest truth about her is more important that maintaining his preconceptions about her.

Overall, this was a really jovial episode that creatively weaves Greek mythology into the Ducktales universe. Watching the antics of characters like Storkcules, Selene, and even Zeus made me want to see more of these characters, especially since they apparently have a history with Donald, Scrooge, and their family. Seriously, am I the only one who want to see a prequel to this episode where we see exactly what kind of adventures they all went on together? Or at least a prequel comic? Can we at least flesh out Donald and Storkuleus' not-so-subtle bromance?

For a scene-by-scene recap of this episode, VISIT MY BLOG HERE.


#ducktales #disney #ducktales2017 #scroogemcduck #donaldduck #disneychannel 

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I'm a Libertarian. Christian. Brony.

I believe in Life, Liberty, and Ponies!

I recognize no sovereign but God. No king but Jesus. No princess but Celestia.

I'm Anti-State. Anti-War. Pro-Market. Pro-Christian. And Pro-Pony.

I'm a graduate in English, and a minor in journalism.

This blog contains my opinions on news, politics, and life in general.

As an American citizen, I'm entitled to my First Amendment rights, and I'm not afraid to use them.

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"Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage."
- Galatians 5:1

"There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus."
- Galatians 5:28

"Proclaim liberty throughout all the land unto all the inhabitants thereof."
- Leviticus 25:10

"In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea,
With a glory in His bosom that transfigures you and me:
As He died to make men holy, let us live to make men free;
His truth is marching on."

-The Battle Hymn of the Republic

"Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God."
- Benjamin Franklin

"We recognize no sovereign but God, and no king but Jesus!"
-John Adams

"I Have Sworn Upon the Altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man."
- Thomas Jefferson

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One of the overarching story elements of the new Ducktales reboot since its very premiere has been the mystery behind the parentage of Huey, Dewey, and Louie, specifically of their long lost mother, Della Duck. Her disappearance has had an evident impact on their family, most notably with it being the reason for Donald and Scrooge's falling out. But this episode offers a greater insight into the overall impact that her absence has had on many of the individual characters.

While we still don't know what exactly happened to Della Duck after this episode, we do know that whatever did happen to her was traumatic enough that it not only caused Donald to distrust and drift apart from Uncle Scrooge, but also transform him from a plucky, adventurous duck into someone much more timid and cautious, as he is no longer willing to go on adventures anymore.

Even then, what encourages him to continue going on said adventures, as was evident in both this episode and the very first, has been his concern for the overall well-being of his family, especially his three nephews. Because when his family faces grave danger, no matter how sheltered his sister's past has forced him to become, he's always there to heed the call to adventure.

Of course, the character who shines most in this episode is Dewey. Of all three nephews, he's the one most interested in learning about his mother's past and uncovering the mystery behind her absence. His search for her is driven by his desire to learn more about her and the type of person she was, especially since her never really knew her.

However, the closer he comes to the truth about her, the more he learns that she may not have been the greatest person he once imagined her to be, and it's this revelation that makes him hesitant to continue his search. Of course, just as his Uncle Donald decides to continue adventuring for the sake of his family, so too does Dewey continue his search for his mother, accepting the fact that learning the honest truth about her is more important that maintaining his preconceptions about her.

Overall, this was a really jovial episode that creatively weaves Greek mythology into the Ducktales universe. Watching the antics of characters like Storkcules, Selene, and even Zeus made me want to see more of these characters, especially since they apparently have a history with Donald, Scrooge, and their family. Seriously, am I the only one who want to see a prequel to this episode where we see exactly what kind of adventures they all went on together? Or at least a prequel comic? Can we at least flesh out Donald and Storkuleus' not-so-subtle bromance?

For a scene-by-scene recap of this episode, VISIT MY BLOG HERE.


#ducktales #disney #ducktales2017 #scroogemcduck #donaldduck #disneychannel 
 
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Avengers: Infinity War was released this weekend, and just like every other Marvel movie before it, it's dominated the box office with rave reviews. Hard to believe that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been going strong for the past ten years and counting. Even against all odds, they've managed to defy expectations and be nothing short of perfect. So that means they're all perfect, right?

Well, not quite.

As great as these movies are, they're not without their flaws. Being comic book movies, they have their fair share of campy, goofy moments, and while some of those moments like Loki getting tossed around by the Hulk or Star Lord distracting Ronan with Footloose get a pass from fans, others prove to be quite the knot in the Persian rugs of the MCU, even to the point of creating plot holes and inconsistencies.

So for this list, we'll be counting down the Top 11 dumbest Marvel movie moments. Why top 11? Because like the Nostalgia Critic, I like to go one step beyond.

This list will only be focusing on the dumb moments from the movies and not the television or Netflix shows--especially since I haven't watched any of them! Also, these moments will be from all of the movies up until Black Panther, and as such, will contain spoilers. So don't read this list if you haven't caught up with all of those movies yet.

To count down the first half of these dumb MCU moments, VISIT MY BLOG HERE.


#marvel #avengers #mcu #infinitywar #disney
 
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10 years! Hard to believe that a superhero franchise like the Marvel Cinematic Universe has not only been going on for 10 years, but has been continuing to go strong when most other superhero franchises have since fizzled out during that time.

What started as a bold experiment to create several films within the same cinematic universe with a crossover movie tying them all together not only proved successful during the first attempt with The Avengers, but has continued to succeed with each and every subsequent sequel and addition to the franchise.

While other attempts at cinematic universes from the DCEU to the Dark Universe have failed to successfully replicate their formula, the Marvel movies has continued to set box office records and receive rave reviews, no matter how ridiculous their underlining premises, with characters ranging from a man who can shrink to the size of an ant to a talking tree and raccoon.

Now the entire franchise culminates with its third and grandest crossover, bringing together each and every character from all of the previous movies, and helping to bring closure to its overarching storyline involving the villain Thanos and his quest for the Infinity Stones.

Will this third and nearly final installment of The Avengers send the franchise to infinity and beyond, or has the MCU run dry of its alleged infinite success?

To learn whether or not this movie achieves infinite possibilities, VISIT MY BLOG HERE.


#marvel #avengers #infinitywar #avengersinfinitywar #mcu #disney


Next month will be my themed month, May of Marvels, with blog posts focused on the comic book and movie empire, including reviews of Avengers: Infinity War and Deadpool 2. Since I have most of my think piece posts written out in advanced as rough drafts, I’ve decided to give you all a sneak preview of what to expect over the coming month.

So here’s a few snippets from my upcoming feature blog posts. Keep in mind that most of these are still rough drafts, and as such, will mostly undergo revisions before their final publication.

To check a preview of what's to come, VISIT MY BLOG HERE.


#marvel #mcu #avengers #avengersinfinitywar #disney

Today is the big premiere of Avengers: Infinity War, the biggest crossover as of yet within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and a cinematic event that has been more than ten years in the making.

The love for the Marvel movies can be seen across the internet, with countless fan art dedicated to the favorite characters of each and every fan. You could almost say that the fan art stretches out to...infinity!

Of course, for this week's Fan Art Friday, we'll only be selecting a handful of the infinite number of Marvel fan art out there, but if Thanos proves anything, it's that a handful can easily give you the power of infinity.

For fan art of the most Marvel-ous crossover ever, VISIT MY BLOG HERE.


#marvel #avengers #avengersinfinitywar #disney #fanartfriday

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Do you like Pinochet?
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BlameThe1st Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
No.
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pharmmajor Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2018
You've been gone for a while. Is everything okay?
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Dude, your page is awesome! I even love the "Statist and Anarchist" comics with Judge Dredd.
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you need too update you links on your Journals.
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So what do your characters think of what’s going on right now re:ICE and detention centers?
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PollandballComics Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2018
Oh boy, do you know what the political climate needs
O U T - D A T E D  M E M E S !
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batrachomancy Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2018
Did it get to rough? Is the world.to confusing.

Get it together GODDAMNIT, your political writings were fun.


It's time to start thinking for yourself. You have a good foundation, start building on it



Get back to basics if the world is moving to fast.
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batrachomancy Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2018
ENOUGH WITH THE FUCKING CARTOONS.

WE WANT POLITICS NOT NOSTALGIA
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pharmmajor Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2018
Just curious, do you plan to say anything about #ChangeTheChannel
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