Tagged: Charlottesville

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A Broken Media Is Wrong Twice A Day

Surprisingly, I’m not going to talk about the mainstream media being bootlickers of the totalitarian, despotic and anti-human criminal Kim-regime brutally ruling North Korea. Others have done a fine job of exposing the ridiculousness...

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Going Beyond Economics

It is important to expose yourself to information that is contrary to your currently held beliefs. That is the primary reason why I read Jeffrey Tucker’s “Right-Wing Collectivism: The Other Threat To Liberty”. It...

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Political Suicide Bombing

Shortly after Trump’s inauguration I thought about making a bet with my boss at work. I thought about betting on whether or not Trump would be re-elected in 2020. My boss is vehemently anti-Trump...

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Punishing The Correct Response

Today I offer you three recent case studies of the correct and moral response to a situation being vehemently criticised and lambasted. Two involve Trump and one his Secretary of Education, DeVos. Much has...

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The Case Against E-Books

I don’t think that my negative feelings toward electronic books are just due to my romanticism. Although they are conventient and feature instant delivery of the product, there exists numerous flaws with the concept...

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The Dangers of Politicized Policing

We are seeing the metastasizing of an extremely troublesome and worrying trend across the United States. Policing is being controlled by overtly political leaders. The protection law enforcement is supposed to offer equally, is...