Privacy is a major concern right now as big tech runs rampant. How do we protect our privacy and property in the Digital Age? Learn more.
How to Criticize Government
John Locke was an influential Enlightenment thinker whose work inspired many of the Founding Fathers. Locke was a philosopher and is commonly regarded as the Father of Liberalism. Since his work has come up in other discussions, like the one I had with Dr. Yenor. Plus, Locke was a focal point of my conversation with Brooke Medina from the John Locke Foundation. Because he's top of mind, and because we're ready to tear apart anything anyone tries to build in our society, I wanted to discuss Two Treatises on Government to learn how to criticize government.
Defending Property Rights From Government and Big Tech
In this episode, I talked to Brook Medina from the John Locke Foundation about defending property rights from government and big tech. But, we also discussed capitalism vs. distributism, John Locke, beauty, and much more. We were able to pack a lot of great insights into this hour-long interview. So, listen or watch below. And, if you want to learn more about the John Locke Foundation, check out their work here.
Property Rights in the Digital Age Introduction
Want to learn more about Property Rights in the Digital Age? Below is the intro to my brand new book. I wanted to share this with you so you could get a glimpse of what this book has to offer. Personally, I'm very proud of this and am excite to share it with you. So dive in, and if you need more info, check out this video.
19. Freedom and Ethical Behavior
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.
Book Review- Controversial Essays By Thomas Sowell
This book by Thomas Sowell has short essays on topics of all sorts. Some are common debates, but others are niche problems that are often not addressed in common dialogue. Check it out and let me know what you think!
Net Neutrality Is Anti-Liberty, And Here’s Why
Net Neutrality threatens liberty online and would allow government regulations to dictate winners and losers and slow progress of internet speeds. Read more to find out how.
Basics Of Cryptocurrency For The Technologically Challenged
As cryptocurrencies grow in popularity, it becomes necessary to understand them as we move into a new economy. This article will help you understand the basics of how they work and how do use them, as well as the economic implications of crypto.
What Good Are Tax Cuts Without Spending Cuts?
In reality, most of the "cuts" in the senate bill are just accounting maneuvers to keep everything budget neutral. There are a couple important questions to ask about this bill. What does this do to actually reduce the percentage of income that goes to taxes? Where are these tax dollars going? Will the spending and budget reflect the lowered tax rate, or will it simply continue?
3 Reasons Why The Fair Tax Should Replace The Income Tax
Tired of seeing 20-30% of your paycheck disappear before you touch it, deciding how to save money because of tax consequences, and ever-growing government intervention in your life? Listen to 3 reasons be Fair Tax should replace the Income Tax!
Beware Of The Use Of Dichotomies
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 →
What R. H. Tawney’s Socialism Teaches Us About Weinstein’s Assaults
Socialism has become the goal of most left-leaning political parties because it means equality. The type of equality they promote can't be explained fully, because their stated goals of tearing down the new bourgeoisie are not the aim of Socialism. What Socialism really looks like is the powerful elite leveraging a Fascistic State to create... Continue Reading →
Guns Don’t Kill People, Materialism Kills People
I want to begin this with a personal message. I kept myself from writing this post until people had time to grieve and to mourn the dead from last week's shooting. I didn't want to speak emotionally or rashly by releasing a post that day. I didn't want to catch ratings because of being simply... Continue Reading →
Can Robots Give Consent?
We have a new moral dilemma to face as a generation. Can you rape a robot? Now, if you've seen the stories about sex robots you have probably heard of people standing up for the rights of robots. Never mind for a minute that we are giving rights to inanimate objects before we do so... Continue Reading →