I came across a blog post by Dale Husband who claims to have "completely debunked" Libertarianism once and for all. (I don't care to link to his page, but if you Google "dale husband the-ultimate-discrediting-of-libertarianism", you will find his post.) Dale's proof? -- this "jaw dropping" transformation in McAllen, TX of an old, abandoned Walmart … Continue reading When you have virtually unlimited, stolen resources at your disposal and no accountability, you can build pretty libraries
There are very few causes that I will support without question. Cancer research, AIDS awareness, Domestic Violence Prevention Programs, Ebola Internment Camps. For any group that wants my support, I usually approach them with some skepticism at first and have to be convinced of their merit. One of my exceptions is blood and organ donation. … Continue reading You Think You Own Your Body? Try Selling Your Organs.
Was scanning the news feed and came across a short blip from a Keynesian economist that wrote something along these lines -- If you're ever debating with a libertarian, you'll invariably end up being accused of supporting theft because you believe people have a social duty to fulfill by paying their taxes. Taxation is not theft. It's more … Continue reading Is Taxation Theft?
Came across two related video clips with Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton touting the 'freedom' that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) gives us. It's not uncommon that different members of a political party will repeat almost verbatim the canned response that the White House has to the latest steaming hot pile on their doorstep. But … Continue reading Why do we work?