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To Pledge or Not to Pledge: A National Anthem Protest Story

I have a complicated relationship with the Pledge of Allegiance and other nationalist rituals like singing the National Anthem, so I was hoping the whole issue stirred up by San Francisco 49er’s Quarterback Colin Kaepernick would go away quickly. Its too difficult of a conversation to have on social media, where nuance goes to die. […]

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Economic Ignorance Impacts Us All

Yesterday, I finished one of my many summer reads: Thomas Sowell’s “Basic Economics.” I’ll simply say that this is one of the most important books every non-economist should read. A few years ago, I began to realize I had very little comprehension of economic principals, and schools of thought.  I’d taken macro economics (without taking […]

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Give Humility a Chance

This week has killed my spirit a little bit. It began when I turned forty on Saturday.  The day itself was fun, but it marked a moment in my life I’d been dreading somewhat this entire year.  Mid-life is officially upon me, and I have little to show for it.  Yes, I have great friends and […]

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Liberty Goddess Blog at Liberty.me

Hey y’all!  Just a quick note to let you know I’ve decided to re-blog some of my more liberty minded works at the liberty.me platform.  Everything will be posted here first, but since this blog covers territory beyond the liberty movement, I wanted to have a place where I could congregate my writing focused on […]

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Welcome to Persephone’s Path!

This is the place for ramblings about liberty, skepticism, pop-culture and whatever pebbles in the road I decide to kick around.  

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I Am We the People, And So Are You

Many years ago, I read Ayn Rand’s and in hindsight, it completely changed the path of my thinking. Let me pause for a moment to take inventory on who is still reading. I mentioned Ayn Rand in my first sentence, so I assume a handful of readers decided to skip the bailing and just jump […]

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