Yesterday, my wife and I attended a lecture hosted by the Charlotte chapter of the Bastiat Society. I was thrilled to learn there was a local chapter in Charlotte and even more excited to learn there was a free lecture being given on Capitalism. Those who don't know, Claude Frédéric Bastiat was a 19th century … Continue reading An Evening With Bastiat
No shortage of news to discuss. If you care about the elections, which I don't, every day there seems to be more finger pointing, name calling, skeletons coming out of the closet, and oh yeah, violence amongst the most rabid sycophants defending their leaders (or tearing down their opponents). I'm just as guilty I suppose … Continue reading Trigglypuffs, Toilets, and Tolerance
Election fever has taken hold. A new generation of young voters will have their first chance to vote for the next President this November. The energy of the American dream will surge in the hearts of the masses. Like the groundhog that comes up once a year, the American voter will suddenly care about the … Continue reading How Far Are You Willing to Compromise Your Integrity and Values?
If you’ve ever had a moral debate with anyone, invariably the argument will come down to an idea of the Ends and the Means. The case is laid out something like this: In one camp, the person has a final goal / utopia in mind. Because you know it’s a righteous goal, getting to your … Continue reading Liberty – Ends or Means?
It’s been almost a full week of a self-imposed sabbatical from Facebook and shockingly, the world continued to move forward. I had no profound reason for taking the break other than I want to see how long I could go without the daily facepalms and pulling out my already thinning hairline. Still, there were some … Continue reading Where is your hope and faith?