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1. haynesbe - March 14, 2009

Hi all.

This is my “other” blog. I have decided to keep my first blog “Wealth is not the Problem” for posts specific to the economic and political aspects of “wealth as the solution.” This blog will be for more personal topics like parenting, homeschooling and my life away from politics. (Do I really have such a thing?)

AisA Academy is the name of my homeschool, and now also my curriculum consulting business. ( I only have one customer and that is PLENTY for now.) The name is a scrunched up form of A is A, which is Aristotle’s Law of Identity. This is a key premise in my life. Basically it stands for this: reality is what it is independent of our minds, and there are no contradictions in reality. If you think you have run into a contradiction, one of your premises must be wrong. It’s a guide for thinking about the world at all levels.

So welcome. Thanks for taking the time to share in my life.

Beth

2. Linda - March 26, 2010

Hi,
I really like your mourning emblem, pin, what have you. I stumbled on this site, uh via WSJ, and FIRM. Oh I am soo surprised. I have really felt alone, I am a grandma, now. I have been practically crying over this fucking bill getting passed. Even my husband is worrying about me. Now, I feel better. I am not very good at the internet. I paint in oils, pictures of farms, etc. I am pretty far to the right, studied Pol Sci at the U of California in Santa Barbara.
I told my husband I was going to start wearing black only, kinda retro Goth. Maybe I will. He says soo are ya gonna change your name, too? Hmm maybe. Hope. A little bird. So, Plato, where are all the Guardians, now, huh?


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