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All State Actions are Inherently Criminal

Published by on Jan 13, 2018

When someone talks about or alludes to the so-called 'proper role in government,' they are saying there are times when the initiation of force against peaceful people is justified. They are claiming that sometimes theft is okay. They are arguing that violating individual rights is acceptable under certain circumstances. … Read this article

‘Economist’ Paul Krugman Doesn’t Think Risk Deserves Reward

Published by on Dec 15, 2017

So-called economist Paul Krugman's latest screed expresses his fury that the GOP's proposed tax plan would include "a tax break for people whose income comes from owning a business rather than in the form of wages."

He characterizes this policy as proof that "Republicans despise the working class." Perhaps Krugman ought to revisit Econ 101 and reacquaint himself with the concept of 'risk.' … Read this article

Peaceful Coexistence is Possible

Published by on Dec 14, 2017

My recipe for peaceful coexistence is pretty simple. Don't hurt people and don't take their stuff. Additionally, don't be a dick. While that last part may not be mandatory, it's still a good rule of thumb.

Politics is the exact opposite of this concept because it's essentially the debate over who should be harmed and robbed and to what degree. … Read this article

Trial by Media is a Political Weapon

Published by on Dec 8, 2017

Think about the power of the 'trial by media' trend as a¬†political weapon. A multimillion-dollar Senate race in Alabama that was effectively unwinnable for the Democrats is now all but theirs after a liberal media outlet found someone willing to tell an unprovable story about something that allegedly happened nearly four decades ago. … Read this article

Freedom’s Simple Formula

Published by on Nov 21, 2017

What does it mean to be "free"? To me, being¬†free or having freedom simply means living one's life free from threats, demands, orders, coercion, or claimed authority emanating from other individuals or entities. It means that no one has the right to stop you from thinking, saying, or doing whatever you want so long as your actions do not constitute aggression against other people. … Read this article

The Doctrine of Parrish

Published by on Sep 27, 2017

Don't hurt people and don't take their stuff. If you do, make restitution as best you can. Restitution is a debt you owe to those you have harmed, but it's not an excuse for them to seek retribution against you. No one ever has the right to use violence against another person except to terminate an ongoing act of aggression. … Read this article