Category Archives: and General Philosophy

800 Years Ago… At Runnymede… The Rights of Man and the Chains of Kings

June 15, 1215 A.D.– The Barons of England force King John–vassal of the Pope and successor of William the Bastard, who conquered Britain for the papacy– at point of sword, to sign the Great Charter, promising freedom and due process … Continue reading

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Cow Camp Courtesy

When I was a teenager, some friends and I stopped at a cow camp high up in the forest.  The old cabin was empty and somewhat dilapidated,  but it had glass in the windows, and a functional stove.  My older … Continue reading

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