On Abortion

Fun fact: until recently, I had never engaged people on the topic of abortion.  Living in a red state, I have had little contact with the baby killers.  I also tended to avoid the topic; perhaps I subconsciously knew I would hate the results.

Honestly, I was inclined to believe that things are the way they are because of inertia and Wendy Davis.

I was wrong.

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Liberty Without Agency: Food Insecurity In College

Source: Washington Post

In an ongoing crusade to distract us from our total lack of self or cultural identity, the West now comes to face the latest crisis-that-isn’t: food insecurity.

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For someone who struggles to make $50 a week for provisions, Paul’s attire is pretty trendy.  I wager that jacket could secure him a few weeks of “nutritional food,” alone.

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Judge Napolitano Explains Vulgar Libertarianism

Old but gold, today’s article comes from a December 2013 episode of the O’Reilly Factor.  The subject: a federal judge’s ruling on polygamy in Utah.

Bill O’Reilly presents us the modern, toothless, “conservative” take on not conserving much of anything in America.  Andrew Napolitano offers the unbrutal and hypocritical “libertarian” perspective on the erosion of our liberty.

Both men would rather appeal to their cow-brained demo than try and discuss the serious issues underlying our culture today.  Of course.

Trigger Warning: Modern Realpolitik

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Two Sides, Same Coin

It is a popular argument among the “classical” liberals that theirs is the correct strain of liberal thought, that the popular leftism of today has deviated too far from its roots and is no longer viable.

The classical liberal types argue that their differences in application of liberal ideals are profound; we argue that they are superficial.

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That is why, in this short article, we will compare the modern liberal’s infamous “Life Of Julia” with the classical liberal’s threadbare “Free Market.”

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AssemblyRequiredYou’re going to die.

You will be buried, cremated, or left somewhere to rot.

Your name will fade into memory.

After enough years and enough people follow you in death, you will be forgotten.

How you lived your life will not change this ending. You face the same cold embrace and obliteration as Hannibal or George Washington or Hitler.

Yes, Humanity may remember names, it may even remember yours. Yet Humanity can never truly remember the people, the individual.

To be superior, a Master, an Übermensch is to eventually be reduced to a word smeared and distorted by idiotic and facile men. So it goes.

Humanity will continue along as it always has; you have only the obliteration of time to look forward to.

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An Apostate On Libertarians

3t5jw8Let me begin by stating that I believe everyone reading this article will at least share my desire for a more orderly and prosperous society than what currently exists in the West today. With that said, my criticisms and considerations are mainly directed at libertarians.

I should preface that I myself have been a libertarian since 2007 or so. I supported Ron Paul in 2008 and would have liked to have seen him get the GOP nomination at least in 2012. Besides that I have read, watched and studied libertarian ideology since then, so don’t believe a return criticism that can be leveled at me is, “he just doesn’t understand libertarianism!” In fact, it is my understanding of the subject that informs these criticisms.

Libertarians desire a society that has more personal liberty, economic freedom and less “nanny state” molestation of the individual. These are indeed admirable goals, but their ways of achieving these are mistaken. Many think this can be done through either nonviolence and the non-aggression principle, or a sort of Fabian philosophical drift.

Seeing nothing new under the sun, I’ve come to think, as The Joker put it, “that is the one rule you’ll have to break to know the truth.” To paraphrase him, the only sensible way to live in this world and achieve your goals is not through the absence of rules(ers), but by not allowing everyone to decide on the rules.

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