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two-thousand souls (or at least, accounts, as what’s the difference in Hypermodernity?) This brings about what some call “Good problems” and others call “Growing pains.” The first and foremost issue of organizing a community of two-thousand people (give or take a couple hundred inactive or unserious people) is that it cannot be organized. At least not with the staff on hand.

Every person is part of a grand chain of being. The success of their forebears, their ancestors, is a long linked system of relationships in which parents choose to grant their gifts, not just of their life, but of their lineage to an undiscovered human of their lineage. There is no more generous act than …

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On March 23, 2010, the United States President, Barak Obama, signed into law the Affordable Care Act, or as it is more fondly referred to as ‘Obamacare’. It was such an important and inspiring bill that its chief advocate in the US legislature, the Speaker-of-the-House, Nancy Pelosi, encouraged members of Congress to pass the bill …

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Rugged individualism is ubiquitously credited by conservatives as the distinguishing factor in the success of the American Empire, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, hyper-individualism and by extension nihilism is precisely what has eroded American society. The truth is it was the Nuclear Family which set America apart. The Nuclear Family …

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