In light of recent controversies, it seemed pertinent to discuss ethical behavior in a free society. In this podcast, I discuss where freedoms end, and how I think we should approach disagreement and tolerance.
Learn what Jordan Peterson has to offer on religion, Christianity, mythology, nihilism and more! These are my thoughts on his teachings and their importance.
Since the Industrial Revolution, both businesses and government have grown into behemoth bureaucracies. I see the digital age as a tool for changing that. Also, I begin my quote of the week series and we pay tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives for the freedom we enjoy every day.
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.
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.
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.
This new spending bill, as narrated by Sen. Paul below, is a 2200 page bill full of special interests, earmarks and needless spending. Only a couple days were given to read it before voting on it, and Sen. Paul went to work: Despite hours of tedious reading, Sen. Paul only finished 600 pages before having... Continue Reading →