QUOTE: Stephen Hawking

Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change. -Stephen Hawking No one seems more adaptable than Stephen Hawking. He changed the entire scope and course of his life due to his disease, but it never held him back because he changed his tactics rather than his goals. To adapt to change is to be able... Continue Reading →

QUOTE: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Insults are the arguments employed by those who are in the wrong. -Jean-Jacques Rousseau This has become apparent in recent years as hysteria has swept across the country, and even the world. The loudest voices rise to the top, and they shout down opposition, using insults to ostracize political opponents. But, no good idea requires... Continue Reading →

5. Absolute Truth And Natural Law

Join me as I dive into my thoughts on Truth and Natural Law. I discussĀ  my idea on the Truth and the idea that it's an asymptote. From that I derive my understanding of the Natural Law as the order that proceeds from the objective and absolute truth.

QUOTE: Queen Victoria

This seems to be a part of human nature. In a time when people seem to not be worried about their debt or long-term ambitions nearly as much as this weekend's plans or likes on their posts, it is obvious that the little things get to us.

Book Review: The Analects And The Doctrine Of The Mean

The Analects and the Doctrine of the Mean show the level of Confucius' wisdom. The fact that his teachings were the pillars of Chinese civilization for thousands of years shows how timeless his work is. In fact, there are still plenty of lessons we can learn from him today. Discover the lessons of Confucius with me and watch the video! Then, read his books and tell me what you think

QUOTE: Billy Graham

In light of Billy Graham's recent passing, here is one of his quotes! It gives insight into the nature of giving and receiving, and my thoughts on both.

QUOTE: George Carlin

This is a warning to everyone in the liberty movement. People who are conservative and don't want to see the system thrown away and replaced with a libertarian utopia are said to be driving too slow, while Anarchists and Volentaryists seem to be driving too fast. The thing is, both groups have the same goals for the most part and are headed the same direction. Instead of flipping each other off on the road, it would be better to caravan and use each other's strengths to move towards liberty.

Book Review: The Fair Tax Book

The Fair Tax has made waves in Washington, but there aren't many people talking about it as an alternative to the Income Tax. Instead, many people are talking about Tax Cuts, Tax Reform or the Flat Tax. This book gives you all the reasons why we should turn away from the Income Tax and toward a consumption tax, namely the Fair Tax. I go through some of the points in the book in the video below, but you have to read it for yourself! Check out my video and then let me know what you think once you read the book!

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