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The answer is no. This is because these types of truths are asymptotic, which means that logic and reason can only bring you closer and closer, but you will never reach full knowledge of the truth.
In reality, most of the "cuts" in the senate bill are just accounting maneuvers to keep everything budget neutral. There are a couple important questions to ask about this bill. What does this do to actually reduce the percentage of income that goes to taxes? Where are these tax dollars going? Will the spending and budget reflect the lowered tax rate, or will it simply continue?
Which do you like better: Coke or Pepsi? There's little doubt that you have one, even if you aren't a soda drinker, you have a favorite. It's a marketing trick that is used all the time; make the choice between two options. Rather than Coke vs. every other drink you could have, they make your... Continue Reading →
The debate around truth is an age-old discussion about whether it is objective or subjective. For centuries, even millennia, philosophers have argued both sides of the nature of truth. The scientific revolution and Enlightenment were game-changers in this debate as the world started building a paradigm on the assumption of Objective Truth. Objective Truth The... Continue Reading →
In the age of social media and smart phones, people no longer live in the real world. Rather than savoring a meal, they post it on Instagram. Instead of setting aside time to catch up with old friends, they keep up on Facebook. In lieu of going to a party or out for a night... Continue Reading →
Progressivism, a deceptive name for the ideology, is a destructive, regressive ideology that repackages old ideas to be sold to the public in order to empower an elite class. This will be a look at a few of the popular progressive movements and how their implemented in a regressive manner. It will show what they... Continue Reading →
This Trump executive order causes a lot of conflicting feelings in the minds of conservatives. On one hand, he has taken a shot at the liberty-stealing, dead weight on the American economy, Obamacare. On the other, it sounds like he may have overexerted his power in this executive order, which causes concern for the liberty-minded... Continue Reading →
Socialism has become the goal of most left-leaning political parties because it means equality. The type of equality they promote can't be explained fully, because their stated goals of tearing down the new bourgeoisie are not the aim of Socialism. What Socialism really looks like is the powerful elite leveraging a Fascistic State to create... Continue Reading →
Kneeling for the National Anthem has become a symbol of disobedient protest of police brutality. While everyone obsesses over the action, calling it un-American or a courageous act, many ignore what it truly means. The question at hand here, is not about the players' right to protest or the president's tweets or any of... Continue Reading →
When did it become acceptable to hit someone with whom you disagree? We used to say, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Now, even average statement of facts are considered “microaggressions,” which give the offended person full license to commit violence in retaliation. Not only does this... Continue Reading →
Today, tolerance seems to be marked by defending any position except for intolerance. And intolerance is simply not holding the fashionable believes of the political left. But what really is tolerance, and how can we apply it properly in our society so that it reaps rewards. For instance, saying that you are morally opposed to... Continue Reading →
As a kid growing up in a Catholic home, I always felt a push to help those who are in need. I went to Catholic schools and was always required to do service hours, but every time I would go above and beyond (this isn't to brag, rather I just wasn't the best at sports... Continue Reading →