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Tellerian Wisdom, FreedomFest and the Renaissance Man Jim Woods

"A fact is a simple statement that everyone believes. It is innocent, unless found guilty. A hypothesis is a novel suggestion that no one...
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Glorious You, Frank Turner and the Renaissance Man Jim Woods

Come on now if we all pull together We can lift up the weight of the world from your shoulders Lift up the weight of the...
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The Power of Ideas From Ludwig von Mises

"In a battle between force and an idea, the latter always prevails." –Ludwig von Mises In one of his many, many brilliant observations, Austrian School economist...

The Wisdom of Aerials

Aerials, in the sky When you lose small mind You free your life Aerials, so up high When you free your eyes Eternal prize –System of a Down, "Aerials" The rock...
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The Wisdom of Albert Jay Nock

"…the most significant thing about is what he thinks; and significant also is how he came to think it, why he continued to...
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Jeffersonian Science

Freedom is the first-born daughter of science. — Thomas Jefferson Jefferson is, of course, best known as a learned writer, politician and Founding Father. But...
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Renaissance Man 2019: An Antidote to Chaos

Repost from The Deep Woods One of the biggest breakout best-sellers of 2018 was the intellectual self-help work, “12 Rules for Life” by Dr. Jordan...
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How You Park Your Car is How You Approach Life

By Heather Wagenhals How a Renaissance Man does anything is how a Renaissance Man does everything. This includes how one parks his car. For a Renaissance...