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How Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are Privatizing Free Speech

Ray Davis, for 6 Sense Media Freedom of speech is that pressure valve that allows a free society to remain free and peaceful. It’s destruction makes chaos inevitable. More and more we are seeing the large social media platforms censoring, … Continue reading

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53 Political Affirmations and Truisms

Thought for Today “In order to become the master, the politician poses as the servant.” ~ Charles De Gaulle Over the past several days, I have had several people share with me how tired they are of this political season. … Continue reading

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10 Simple Steps to World Peace

World peace. It’s such a big topic that most people chastise its conceivability. “How,” they ask, “can I possibly contribute to it and how can we possibly achieve it?” There is an anonymous story of a man who came upon … Continue reading

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Why Solutions Matter

We all can readily see major challenges facing our world. Their effects are felt in every nation on the planet. We can all point to institutional corruption at practically every level. There can be no argument that vital pieces of … Continue reading

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Freedom of Speech is the Solution Not the Problem

As Ben Franklin was leaving the deliberations of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, he was famously asked by a Mrs. Powell of Philadelphia: “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” “A republic,” Franklin replied, “If you … Continue reading

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A New Day Dawns for Humanity

The empowerment of our species doesn’t begin in Washington D.C., Beijing, Moscow, or London. It begins in our hearts and in our minds. It begins by seeing each other for the miracles we are and denying the Powers That Be … Continue reading

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The Questions We Should Really Be Asking Our Leaders

Will our world be love-centered or fear-centered? In the United States, we just about to begin the next presidential election cycle. That is the election that happens every four years and includes Congressional races for all house seats, one-third of … Continue reading

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