As this election cycle draws near its concluding phases, There is no shortage of contentious controversy. The apparent adversarial nature of American politics is evident as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump bombast each other regularly. Despite, its messy appearance, the talking heads in the media and intellectual elites constantly remind potential voters of the superiority … Continue reading The Lie of Electoral Politics
After recent incidents involving police shootings of black men, protests erupted across the nation. Two different scenarios ended with police shooting and killing black suspects. Since the facts of both cases have not fully developed, taking sides would be irresponsible. Videos were filed in both cases however and seemingly display gross misuse of police authority. … Continue reading An Honest Conversation About Race
As many in the nation know, a horrible tragedy struck Orlando a few days ago. A Muslim zealot who pledged allegiance to ISIS attacked a popular gay bar, killing at least 50 people and wounding many more. This attack ranks as one of the worst shootings in US history. An outraged public calls for immediate … Continue reading Islamic Terror in Orlando
There is no such thing as the War on Women. There is no such thing as the patriarchy. Shocking statements, nonetheless. Feminism has instructed generations of Americans that male dominance exploits and discriminated against pure, innocent women. The only method of fair rectification is massive state intervention uprooting arbitrary male authority. After long oppressing women, … Continue reading The War On Men
Bernie Sanders never fails at a chance to lecture the American people of the differences between Democratic Socialism and Socialism. Bernie Sanders is not ashamed to admit his socialist tendencies, but he does appear to define it in more palatable terms. Democratic is good, right? If the majority votes for something that just happens to … Continue reading Is There A Difference Between Democratic Socialism And Socialism?
For all the criticism of Socialism and Bernie Sanders on this blog, some attention to the other side is warranted, notably Donald Trump. Trump amassed a large following ever since the announcement of his candidacy and maintained a commanding lead in the polls. The Super Tuesday results proved that Trump is not simply a fad … Continue reading Is Donald Trump Racist?
President's Day. A day where Americans remember the great leaders of the past: Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Reagan. Originally, the roots of the holiday stem from the celebration of George Washington's birthday. Today, the day serves as a general celebration of all past US presidents. In modern times, the US president arguably serves as the single … Continue reading President’s Day
A few days ago, the Iowa Caucus produced rather astonishing results. Ted Cruz handily beat Donald Trump with record turnout and Bernie Sanders rose up to tie with Clinton. Granted this is merely the beginning of an election cycle with many more primaries to come, but useful extrapolations and conclusion can be made. Trump no … Continue reading Iowa Caucus
Before there were governments or organized, complex societies, there were families. The family is the fundamental building block of society. The first unit upon which every other social structure is built upon. Strong families directly translate into stronger social institutions. One might ask, how exactly does the family relate to Libertarian/Conservative philosophy? Rather than a direct … Continue reading The Erosion of the Family
Across America, young people, especially college students, are instructed of the virtues of statism. Statism can take many forms: socialism, Marxism, Fascism, mercantilism. For simplicity's sake statism shall be defined as a political/economic organization of society rooted in compulsory obligations a central governing body enforces. Most modern statist systems today stem from Marxism/socialism. Fascism and Nazism … Continue reading A Moral Case Against Statism