There's no shortage of social media coverage of the protests, riots, looting, violence, and the endless finger-pointing. And I'm more guilty than most for jumping into the pool with both feet, dropping a snickers bar, and angering many of my friends. If I had to guess, I've probably alienated 75% of my friends to the … Continue reading I’m Thankful For You
This is going to be a long one. Maybe I should write more regularly instead of trying to do a total brain dump all at once. How does one measure the value of life? It seems to undergird much of the debate, fear, and frustration these days. Can you put a price on someone's … Continue reading There’s still time to stop the 1984 response to COVID-19 before it’s too late.
The Cares Act is now law and those that embrace Liberty are being criticized for daring to question adding another $2 TRILLION to our national debt. See if you've had this exchange with any of your statist friends and family. Govt: we ordered Chuckie Cheese Pineapple pizza for everyone. Your share of the bill is … Continue reading The Cares Act will cost us more than $2 Trillion
Catching up on some of the news this week. Aside from the hilarious, abysmal failure of Obamacare Lite (aka the American Health Care Act (AHCA), the budget has been getting a lot of publicity. I realize some of my readers are not number crunchers, so for this post, I'll refrain from digging into those details … Continue reading Free Markets Are a Prerequisite for Art and Charity
As promised, here's my post on the topic of US Immigration. If you haven't done so already, you should check out the 2 opposing views posted by Nathan Smith and A.M. Fantini on Fee.org which I will reference throughout this post. Keep in mind that both Smith and Fantini are examining US Immigration from a … Continue reading The U.S. Should Open its Immigration, but . . .