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Dylan Shetler
Christian apologist, writer and thinker. View my work at The Onlookers Publication or The American Spectator.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 20
State enforced arbitrary edicts are largely depriving individuals of the right to make responsible decisions for themselves. This was a nation founded by self-governing people not conformists to the whims of imperious overlords.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 16
A laconic answer : it doesn’t.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 16
And I get called a conspiracy theorist for affirming the existence of globalist initiatives.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 16
For some, the system is only worth preserving when it works to their advantage. Great piece !
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Dylan Shetler Nov 9
A bit of wisdom for the week.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 9
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Dylan Shetler Nov 9
This is one of the principle reasons “why” I am homeschooled.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 7
My point exactly.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 7
Of course not “everyone” starts from the “same place” in their individual abilities, social position, etc.. And you can’t possibly (without causing unbelievably destructive implications) tweak society to produce these conditions. This clip is much too abstract for me.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 6
A devastating criticism of governmental expansionary programs.
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Thomas Sowell Nov 4
There are too many people, especially among the intelligentsia, who will never appreciate the things that have made this country great until after those things have been destroyed — with their help. Then, of course, it will be too late.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 5
Replying to @blog_logic
He writes, that our nation must have “common possession of a culture that is valuable above all to each of them.” This is a valid diagnosis of exactly where we are. The best antidote, at least that I have conceived of, is to share the biblical stories.
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Dylan Shetler Nov 4
It sure seems like it, doesn’t it?
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Dylan Shetler Nov 3
I’m not surprised.
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Dylan Shetler Oct 28
Making the country better, one stolen washing machine at a time...
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Dylan Shetler Oct 26
“Ultimately everything depends on the quality of the individual, but our fatally short-sighted age thinks only in terms of large numbers and mass organizations...”
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Dylan Shetler Oct 26
The individual is increasingly deprived of the moral decision as to how he should live his own life, and instead is ruled, fed, clothed, and educated as a social unit.. and amused in accordance with the standards that give pleasure and satisfaction to the masses.
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Dylan Shetler Oct 26
The moral responsibility of the individual is then inevitably replaced by the policy of the State (raison d’etat). Instead of moral and mental differentiation of the individual, you have public welfare and the raising of the living standard. -Jung
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Dylan Shetler Oct 26
The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire. – Robert Heinlein
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Dylan Shetler Oct 26
I didn’t expect Ben to stoop so low. Using a categorically universal affirmative statement to refute a fallacy... So elementary. 😂
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