Featured image by Matt Popovich. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. HR 1 to federalize elections and strip away election security measures, HR 127 to create a federal gun registry and criminalize many legal guns in the country, executive orders to create national red flag laws, talk of removing the filibuster, and […]Read More Well I guess that they’re just going to go for it…
Featured image from Know Your Meme. Follow for more satire and memes. I hope that the neo-leftists see the damage they are causing in their pursuits of utopia. The policy positions that they are pushing simultaneously both breathtaking and quite infuriating. For those who have been living under the proverbial rock, let’s recap, shall we? […]Read More Do they see it yet?
Featured image by Alan Levine. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. Our country is fractured, and in my opinion, beyond repair. The densely populated coasts and cities of our country have little in common with the “flyover states,” anymore. Our language is diverging at seemingly Babel-esque speed. And our politicians are using […]Read More The split
There is a notion in our society, and particularly among the neo-leftists, that conflates the terms “progress” and “improvement.” Progress is inevitable. Time passes, things change, people grow older, what is “it” changes, to quote Abe Simpson. But the idea that the changes are inherently good, or rather, that the change is an assumed improvement […]Read More The conflation of progress with improvement
Institutions such as government, religion, schools, companies, and families depend upon the belief that those institutions impact your life. This power derives from the buy-in that the people engaging in the institution give it. The more people that buy in, the more power that institution has. And people buy in either voluntarily, or involuntarily. Institutions […]Read More Power comes from belief…
For a group of people that proclaim to be empathetic, I continue to find that they are some of the most vicious and hateful people out there. They are quick to proclaim their virtue and signal how righteous, good, empathetic, and kind that they are, but when you disagree with them, those quickly disintegrate and […]Read More The Duality of the Authoritarian Left: A Libertarian Perspective
Featured image by citytransportinfo. Follow the link for more images. When the coronavirus first hit, and the lockdowns were rolled out, I like many people, agreed to the lockdowns. The uncertainties that surrounded the mysterious virus emanating from Wuhan, China, were numerous. To paraphrase Donald Rumsfeld, there were things that we knew that we knew, […]Read More Can they just say they want control yet?
Featured image by Pierre Blaché. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. Brian Sicknick was reported to have died from injuries during the capital riot by the New York Times. Now, almost a month later, the Times has issued a correction. Twice, they reported that he was struck in the head with a […]Read More I shouldn’t be surprised
The problem is that this is the standard they wish to hold for anyone but themselves, and that the principles of due process and presumption of innocence will be destroyed if you aren’t a member of the party.Read More Why Evidence Matters
Featured image from Joe Burbank of the AP. Follow the link for the original article. I love Disneyland. It has been shuttered for nearly a year now, and I get news about Disney World on my news feeds. This morning I read a blurb from one of the Disney World feeds that piqued my interest. […]Read More The next step