Guest Blog: The Case Against Cops is a good case made against the police courtesy of A.B.B., a contributor to www.anarchochristian.com. I found this article and felt it would be a good one to share and add to the Conversation!
Today, I would like to build off of last weeks show about bureaucracy. I touched on how businesses, like governments, will have to shed bureaucracy and become more nimble. I spoke briefly about the Industrial Revolution and how it led to the condensation of capital to a select few, but I didn't speak enough about... Continue Reading →
Guest Blog: This guest blog will teach you about a paradigm shift in the life of Lee Cox who felt that he needed to share it with this community. Check it out, and let us know what you think!
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.
Young adults seem to want all the freedoms of adulthood while not accepting the responsibility. This idea aims to find a balance between the institutions of the individual and government that makes the societal expectations of adults clear.
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.
What do the clear backpacks in Parkland and the Omnibus Bill have in common? Both are a misunderstanding of our system and the Constitution. We discuss both of these issues, and my solution for the Omnibus Bills, The Jefferson Amendment. Hopefully, you enjoy what I have to say and can help me improve my plan and... Continue Reading →
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 →