Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Thankfulness

When Abraham Lincoln established a regular holiday for Thanksgiving in the midst of our brutal civil war, one could argue he envisioned a time where we would share a common meal and, despite the hardships we have endured over the preceding year, we would go around a table and reflect…

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Counting our Freedoms

The political dialogue of our time, no matter what side of the aisle you’re on, has a resounding theme: the enumeration of human rights. No single discussion, editorial or monologue could articulate a full and comprehensive manifesto of these rights. It is far simpler to qualify, moreover to disqualify, what…

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