Why the right to bear arms matters.

Featured image by Peretz Partensky. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. I have written before about HR 127. My liberal co-worker and I have the occasional argument about these types of things. He is a diehard Democrat, and I am a diehard Libertarian. My personal opinion is that he is misinformed and… Continue reading Why the right to bear arms matters.

The Rebirth of Responsibility

Featured image by m o n c h o o h c n o m. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. When we outsource our decision making, we also outsource our liberty. When we depend on others to make our decisions for us, we give up our ability to decide what is… Continue reading The Rebirth of Responsibility

Why Freedoms must be absolute.

Featured image by the State Library of New South Wales. Follow the link for more images. I was having a discussion with a coworker about sports, and the topic wound its way to the #MillionMAGAMarch in Washington DC. He went on to say that the protesters were out there to support Trump (who lost). I… Continue reading Why Freedoms must be absolute.

Liberty will never die

Featured image by Colleen. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. For those who worry that if Biden wins, or if Trump wins, or if this candidate or that candidate wins that liberty will be dead and the United States will become nothing but a fascist dictatorship, let me say this. The fire… Continue reading Liberty will never die

Why government isn’t the answer

I can’t tell you how many times I have heard, “Well someone should make a law about that,” or “well there should be a program to deal with that.” And yet, when we look at local, state, and even the federal budgets, we are drowned in a sea of red ink, mismanagement, graft, nepotism, and… Continue reading Why government isn’t the answer