In this episode, I dive into the divine source of love, and the effects that Love has on society starting from the individual level.
With last week's travesty in the U.K. over Alfie, I wanted to discuss the idea of the collective and the collective good. In this, I will argue that there are no government actions that are good for the collective and that this mindset is dangerous for any society.
When dealing with people, remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but creatures of emotion. -Dale Carnegie This has become readily apparent in today's society when almost every decision is posted on social media to be scrutinized and the internet allows for mistakes to be instantaneously recorded into history. People act emotionally, then... Continue Reading →
Finally to 10 episodes!! Today, I discuss what institutions are and how they come about as well as the conservative view on them. I also dive into what conservatism really means through the lens of The Meaning of Conservatism by Rodger Scruton. What you really need to stay tuned for is my ideas on how... Continue Reading →
This episode covers the idea of Americanism from Mark Levin's new book and some of the non-political takeaways I had. One of these characteristics that is key is entrepreneurship and the solutions the private sector creates. We discuss the threats to today's American ideals of individualism, liberty, and self-governance. As promised, here is my Brave... Continue Reading →
Today I discuss victimless crimes and how the only victim is the person being sent to jail for their "offense." Also, with it being my birthday, I take time to reflect on the past year, and how I look at the milestones that come throughout the year.
This idea isn't new to Pope John Paul II, rather it even appears in Aristotle's Politics. The idea is that the individual must govern oneself, and become an adult who can govern a household, or family. That is how societies are built, from the bottom up, not the top down.
Learn what Roseanne's debut shows us about the conservatives in Middle America and why people on the coasts will probably not get it correct, whether they are Republican or Democrat. Then I tell you how these social issues brought me to Libertarianism.
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Learn how the breakdown in understanding of masculinity and femininity is hurting society. Then we'll discuss the Masculine God and Mother Earth. AND stay tuned till the end to learn about a Special Guest!
Progressivism has become a huge part of American Society. But where did it come from? What are the underlying ideas? Where is it going? This podcast dives into all of those questions as well as offer the solution to slowing the spread of acceptance of Progressivism.
DEBATE: In light of the recent shooting, it seemed necessary to explain both the principal and philosophy behind the 2nd Amendment and the pragmatic and utilitarian arguments in favor of it.
The Free State Project has committed itself to making New Hampshire a beacon for freedom and example of liberty. Thousands of people have committed to moving to New Hampshire to take part in this project, and Liberty Forum is there a conference that helps them bring people into the project. This is just a little insight into what their project is and my experience in New Hampshire and with Liberty Forum.
To you understand the modern political landscape, it is important to read Machiavelli's The Prince. It includes detailed and wise accounts of how rulers gain, retain and lose power
In a land where every person is supposed to be equal, the fact that one man stands in front of the country each year to be lauded for the accomplishments of each individual is stupid and imperialistic. It gives the office of the Presidency the appearance of Monarchy and diminishes the accomplishments of the individual Americans who made the real difference. Since it seems America will never return to a letter from the President to Congress about the State of the Union, it seems necessary to evaluate the speech as it is.