Author: Veritas Libertatis

What is Seen and What Not Seen

In any financial or economic situation, there will always be effects that are seen and some which are not seen. French economist, Frederic Bastiat, is primarily accredited with discovering this principle.

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Learning From Medieval England

In Medieval England, there existed both a court of equity – called the court of chancery – and a court of law. When formed, each operating in its own sphere – the court of chancery answering disputes in cases of equity, and the court of law answering disputes in cases of law.

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The Curse of God

“Ignorance is the curse of God. Knowledge is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.” – William Shakespear

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Encroachment and Political Ideology

In the world of politics the divide in political ideology is becoming increasingly larger and is hindering our ability to unite as a nation. The lack of understanding between liberals, conservatives, and those few and far between leave little hope in our discord as Americans.

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