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This is how tyranny replaces Freedom. Become aware. Don't let it do so. www.End-the-IRS.com

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Noam Chomsky - be inspired by the man He is/was never afraid to challenge those who'd seek to imprison, or anyone who'd use force to gain power, don't be afraid of those who'd use terrorize to bend people to do their will. Instead look to those who will question everything, who think with compassion, justice for all and with an eye toward democracy and equal rights for one. Be inspired to always do the right thing for human sake.

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Meet the extraordinary Noam Chomsky. A celebrated author, linguist, philosopher, logician, political activist and cognitive scientist, he has truly made his mark in the world by being one of its greatest intellectuals. His influence spans a wide range of generations, from his own up to today. "If one person raises questions, that's breaking up open-mindedness". Noam Chomsky http://thextraordinary.org/noam-chomsky

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Chomsky has always been a liberal so that he is saying things like this should strengthen conservatives that not all the "liberals" are following blindly!

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Noam Chomsky quote

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Meet the extraordinary Noam Chomsky. A celebrated author, linguist, philosopher, logician, political activist and cognitive scientist, he has truly made his mark in the world by being one of its greatest intellectuals. His influence spans a wide range of generations, from his own up to today. "If one person raises questions, that's breaking up open-mindedness". Noam Chomsky http://thextraordinary.org/noam-chomsky

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Noam Chomsky: (Photo: Creative Commons) Something to think about and digest over time.

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~ Noam Chomsky ~ Republicans and Democrats are pitted against each other, never realizing their undeniable similarities.

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"The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum." ~ Noam Chomsky, "The Common Good," p. 43

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