What is justice? It is something that we feel intuitively, but often have trouble pinning down. We know very often when a particular action is unjust, but rarely are fully able to articulate why. Today, we'll dive into the principles of justice and how to apply them - at least as best as we can in one podcast.
The important thing in observing politics is to maintain objectivity and ability to discuss politics in a disassociated manner. This allows one to evaluate the actions of politicians based on the outcomes rather than one's opinion of them. Recognizing good politicking is not supporting someone, just acknowledging skill.
How much do you know about the history of religious freedom? These cases are truly interesting, especially if you want to see where the "Wall of Separation" between church and state lies. Listen below to learn more.
We now have an established church in our country, and it is a Secular Church. The first amendment's "freedom of religion" clauses had a distinct purpose, but it was not to separate church and state to the extent, or in the manner, that we turn our backs on God.
With everything going on with Ghislaine Maxwell, and potentially another "suicide" on the way, I thought it would be good to give my thoughts on a great book about Epstein. This story is going to come back up, and I think it's important to know the background so you don't get gaslighted.
How do we defend the American republic? Our first President had some great advice in his farewell address. Hear what Washington prescribed and how it's still relevant.
This is a great book that will help you understand the Supreme Court, how they make decisions, and how those decisions affect you. It's a great look into the major cases that have shaped America, and most especially, American jurisprudence.
Is America even worth defending anymore? Or, is it simply an evil, racist, fascist country? We'll see whether America is evil or a force for good, and what that means for upholding its traditions.
Looking to understand where so much of our understanding of #politics comes from in the West? Aristotle’s Politics is a foundational work. Check out this #bookreview, and grab your copy here:
The government measures taken to combat the spread of the virus have quickly devolved into draconian oversteps. In practice, we've seen abuses of freedom and individuals across the country. Now ask yourself if you'd rather: Die Free Or Live As A Slave?
While people may celebrate their $1,200 check or complain about the pending bailouts, I think it's important to get to the basics of money and why government spending is an issue.
C.R.E.A.M. Coronavirus Rules Everything Around Me With the American people on lockdown, it seems like the Wuhan Flu rules our minds. But is there an end in sight? Are there other options? We’ll look at all the options and their trade offs.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, is like to take a look at what the Irish have done in America, beyond just building the railroad. Also, well look at a bit you can do to prepare (and stay prepared) for the Wu Flu.
Do Facts Matter? My answer is yes... for the most part. Today, we’ll discuss when facts are important and when an inaccurate statement leads to a fallacious attack on the one asserting an idea.