Posts by: M-A Perdichizzi

On Tuesday’s “Great Teach-In”, there was an assortment of books on display next to the fliers I described in Part 1. To start with a general list, here is the reasoning of Occupy, as purported by its Occupy Boston members and organizers: 1. Take This Job and Ship It: How Corporate Greed and Brain-dead Politics […]

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Today, April 24th, is Day 2 of the 99% Spring Occupy Week at Brandeis University, and the fears I addressed to President Lawrence in a letter, featured in my article “Retaliation to Brandeis University’s Occupy Week, Get a Real Education”, were confirmed.   The speaker I heard today, surrounded by a circle of students in […]

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Posterity is a term the Founding Fathers understood well. Liberty is not a condition limited to the immediate present, but a continuous state that can be made or broken for future generations.

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Over the last weekend, I sent a letter to President Frederick Lawrence after seeing a flier featuring him, along with other left-wing clubs on campus, as a participant of the “99% spring week”/”Occupy Week”/”Get a Real Education” events scheduled for this week. My letter was met with a very considerate and prompt response on the […]

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Recognizing the inherent morality of free market capitalism means to first believe in its core values: maximized individual liberty, the opportunity for unlimited success and prosperity, and the goodness of failure. All three of these values contend that people are free to innovate, advance their ideas in competition with those of other individuals, and learn […]

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MLK’s misused message

On January 16, 2012 By

On this day, a consideration of MLK’s legacy, in his own words, should be a memorial exclusive to his wise assessment that there is more value in “the content of a person’s character” than appearances, both racial and in terms of good intentions. The current danger is the misuse of ”good intentions” as justification for […]

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