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
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7dLU6fk9QY Been seeing this clip trending on Facebook recently and it got me thinking. I understand what the author is trying to convey, that we should try to make connections with people. His premise is that by staring into a little phone display or your computer screen, you're not really engaged with people. (The irony … Continue reading Fellowship 3.0
Related to my post "Is Taxation Theft", I wanted to clear up and define something that gets misused so frequently that the average person may have missed it. You may often hear government officials talk about their various agencies and programs and how they are stimulating the economy. Some bureaucrat may point to the thousands … Continue reading Government Job creation
As a Libertarian, I'm often challenged to lay out my plan for the world. Skeptics want to know every scenario of every issue, with concrete examples and facts to prove that my plan will meet their litmus test of change. "What about the poor? Who will protect the environment? Who will keep the terrorists off … Continue reading What is your plan and how do we get there?
A friend on FB posted this link (Medical Bills Bankrupt Families of Mentally Ill Children) with no comments and of course, I had something to say about it. But, I restrained myself and decided to opine here instead. The point of this story, of course, it to drum up anger and frustration. Surely, in a … Continue reading On Health Care