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C.A.V.E: So Much Ado About Everything

Court Announces Various Elaboraitons. Many interesting things happened in the political sphere this past week.

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Why You Shouldn’t Be “Politically Correct”

Citizen Against Verbal Excess Why You Shouldn’t Be “Politically Correct”. Political correctness is an Orwellian movement to control language and therefore stifle debate on difficult topics. Should we be sensitive to how others might feel about a particular subject? Sure.

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C.A.V.E. Writing: Veterans

Citizen And Veteran Ex-Navy This evening I had the rewarding experience of attending a Veterans’ Day program put on by the Middle School my younger son attends. The 8th Grade band, in which my son plays the trombone, and the

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C.A.V.E. Writing: Foundations of Thought

Dear readers, this post is the first of a series in which I will analyze my personal political philosophy. My intent hereby is to arrive at a logically consistent framework within which to address several of the so-called “Big Questions”

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CAVE Writing: The Un-Examined Life

This portion of my blog is entitled C.A.V.E Writing. C.A.V.E is an acronym I picked up from a local county council member. It was during a discussion in a class on Behavioral Dynamics. We had taken a class trip to

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Un-Occupied: One Man’s Reaction To The Occupy Wall Street Demonstrations

The Occupy Wall Street “camp-in” is now in its fourth week.  Similar demonstrations have sprung up in other large cities all across the country, including San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, and even  Saint Louis. For those who have not been following these

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Knock Knox

This post innaugurates the C.A.V.E. Writing Category of this blog.   C.A.V.E. stands for Citizen Against Virtually Everything, or occasionally, Concerned About Virtually Everything.  There will probably be other expansions of the acronym that come to mind as well.  I first

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