Archive for August, 2014

Environmentalism is the New Communism

I typically do not pay the opinions of mass entertainer Rush Limbaugh much attention, as I generally find his arguments to be substantively lacking and even irrationally partisan at times. Not to mention, he is in the business of catering to a particular audience in exchange for revenue (i.e., “give the people what they want”), […]

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Why the (Perceived) Growing Resentment toward Law Enforcement?

The tragic and largely still unclear events that recently unfolded in Ferguson, Missouri have once again catalyzed a very important social discussion regarding the role and nature of law enforcement in modern America. Clearly, as evidenced by a growing resentment generally aimed, rightly or wrongly, at police by many citizens of all walks of life, […]

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The Aftermath of the Ferguson Police Shooting and Economic Disparity

I believe that people, police and civilians alike, possess a natural right to defend themselves and others with lethal force when legitimately warranted. I also recognize that police officers are as human as the rest of us and thus not inherently above reproach. I believe that the increasing militarization of American police – though not […]

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The Intolerance Behind Elizabeth Warren’s 11 Commandments of Progressivism (Repost)

The following reposted commentary is a specific rebuffing of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s recent, one could say, progressive manifesto, published today by the Mises Institute’s William L. Anderson. In a recent speech of which Politico claims absolutely energized the “Progressive” left, Elizabeth Warren laid out her so-called 11 Commandments of Progressivism. In what follows, I […]

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