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Archive of posts published in the tag: altruism

Under the Cover of Altruism

From Kevin Williamson at National Review Online, Downscale Big government is bad for the little guy. Excerpt: On the one hand, we have the small-town entrepreneur yearning for sidewalks and streetlights; on the other, we have dodgy “Five Aces” federal contracts and…

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What Would Jesus Really Say?

It is interesting to note the response to  the president invoking the name of Jesus to justify higher taxes on the wealthier Americans.  It seems that those who act horrified at the use of Christian references in the political discourse…

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How Much is that Kidney in the Window?

Americans are appalled at the idea of an organ donor market, where individuals can be compensated for donating their organs while they are alive. We fear that the rich will prey on the poor, and that people may even be…

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