This is a political philosophy that approaches the ideas of Libertarianism through a Conservative lense- thus preserving foundational institutions in efforts to promote Liberty.
With everyone pointing fingers, it's hard to find a set of standards to use in judging actions. Can saying, "What about the other guy?" be a defense against accusations or is it simply an excuse for hypocrisy?
Secularism is creating a monopoly in government institutions, and demonizing all religious people, especially those in government. To understand the separation of church and state, the effect of religion on morals and how people should act in government institutions with respect to faith, give this a read.
Which do you like better: Coke or Pepsi? There's little doubt that you have one, even if you aren't a soda drinker, you have a favorite. It's a marketing trick that is used all the time; make the choice between two options. Rather than Coke vs. every other drink you could have, they make your... Continue Reading →
It wasn’t long ago when kids were kids. They could play with sticks, jump from trees, ride their bikes and be free to have fun. They didn’t have to worry about their identity, rather they were allowed to enjoy the wonder that’s inherent to childhood. Now, all of that is eroding. Parents are there to... Continue Reading →
In the age of social media and smart phones, people no longer live in the real world. Rather than savoring a meal, they post it on Instagram. Instead of setting aside time to catch up with old friends, they keep up on Facebook. In lieu of going to a party or out for a night... Continue Reading →
Here's a little story: In between classes at a grade school, a teacher's cell phone went missing, presumably taken by a student in the prior class. When the teacher asked the class to return it, no one admitted to doing the deed, nor did anyone return the phone. In order to persuade the kids into... Continue Reading →
Kneeling for the National Anthem has become a symbol of disobedient protest of police brutality. While everyone obsesses over the action, calling it un-American or a courageous act, many ignore what it truly means. The question at hand here, is not about the players' right to protest or the president's tweets or any of... Continue Reading →
I remember growing up in Indianapolis, Indiana for all my life, but over the last year or so I feel like I’ve slowly been moving to Babel. You see, for my whole life I had people who I disagreed with, but we could still communicate. Now it feels like there’s two different languages-Republican and... Continue Reading →