The Green Road to Serfdom… My Apologies Mr Hayek

The Green Road to Serfdom… My Apologies Mr Hayek

With over two dozen Democratic presidential candidates promising voters a surfeit of free stuff; college, health care, reparations, etc., one candidate is trying to break away from the pack by not just offering free stuff but also proposing an expensive and invasive government program that makes the New Deal look cost-effective. The candidate is Washington state governor Jay Inslee (don’t worry, I’ve never heard of him either.)  Governor Inslee’s Evergreen Economy Plan is essentially a more thorough and detailed version of…

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Dear Conservatives, Republicans Will Not Save You

Dear Conservatives, Republicans Will Not Save You

Last week, Facebook and Instagram officially banned Alex Jones, Infowars, Paul Joseph Watson, Milo Yiannopoulos, Laura Loomer, and Louis Farrakhan. Not only are these individuals restricted from using the sites, but even current, authorized users are forbidden from sharing their work, lest they be banned as well. It is the most Orwellian overreach that everyone knew was eventually coming… which is why conservatives shouldn’t feign outrage.  We have known for a long time that this was going to happen. Thanks…

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No More Spanish For Hispanics… Sorry Hombre

No More Spanish For Hispanics… Sorry Hombre

Anne Coulter once said that sometimes it can be difficult to debate liberals because every so often they say something so incomprehensibly stupid that you don’t even know how to respond to such utter retardation. This is one of those moments. Imagine being so daft that you don’t even know that Spanish comes from Spain? Guaranteed the person who wrote the above excerpt took out at least $100k in debt to become indoctrinated with this garbage and thinks there are…

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Empathy: A Unique Characteristic of the West & How We Are Losing It

Empathy: A Unique Characteristic of the West & How We Are Losing It

The destruction of the Notre Dame Cathedral sent shockwaves across the western world. Notre Dame isn’t just a Cathedral, it’s a symbol of western civilization. A structure that signifies the West’s love for beauty, architecture, art, and God. The men who built the church knew they would never live to see its beautiful completion. That’s a dedication no one of the modern age can understand. But while westerners wept for the cherished holy site, others celebrated its demise. This is…

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A Brief Recap of the Media Hating White People

A Brief Recap of the Media Hating White People

Last week, conservatives had the best week ever with the Mueller report asserting no collusion, $1 billion in border wall funds secured, Michael Avenatti arrested, the Green New Deal unanimously voted down, and Obamacare ruled unconstitutional by a federal court. The only way the week could have been better is if Jussie Smollett got his ass kicked for real this time. To cope with the devastation, leftist media took some time out to reflect on their incredibly flawed logic and…

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If My Parents Had Money I Could Have Gone To Yale

If My Parents Had Money I Could Have Gone To Yale

In the latest episode of “It’s only ok when we do it,” several wealthy celebrities and business leaders have been indicted in the largest college admissions scandal in history. The indictments allege that parents paid a total of around $25 million in bribes to coaches and university administrators for manipulated test scores, forged essays, and outright fake athletic profiles for students whose most strenuous activity is walking a runway. Additionally, the co-conspirators falsified ethnicities to take advantage of affirmative action…

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My Body, My Choice…. Until the Market Tells You Otherwise

My Body, My Choice…. Until the Market Tells You Otherwise

Last week, New York State legislatures, to thunderous applause, enacted a new law rolling back the state’s current limitations on abortion. Previously, women in New York could only obtain abortions after 24 weeks if the mother’s life was in danger. The new law puts no gestational age limit on a woman looking to obtain an abortion as long as it is a danger to the mother’s health. Not only does this allow for full-term babies to be aborted, but changing the…

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Much Ado About Manufactured Nothings

Much Ado About Manufactured Nothings

With the shutdown still at a firm stalemate, it was an insufferably slow news cycle for the media last week. So, to cope the ‘Guardians of the Truth’ spent the week hyper-inflating completely monotonous events as if they were ground-breaking news stories.  First on the docket was the completely non-newsworthy story that second lady, Karen Pence, would be returning to work at a Christian school she taught at years ago. The private school has the impudence to follow the strict…

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Leftist Economics Leads To Leftist Outrage

Leftist Economics Leads To Leftist Outrage

A few weeks ago, I was scrolling my Facebook feed and came across a video taken outside of an Australian supermarket. The video featured about half a dozen Asian customers purchasing baby formula, two tins at a time, and stacking them neatly in a large pile outside of the market. Then, like a revolving door, they would return to the store to purchase two more. The pile amassed must have been at least 50+ tins of baby formula.  Confused by…

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Why China’s “Social Credit” Scheme Will Create More Corruption, Not a Better Citizenry

Why China’s “Social Credit” Scheme Will Create More Corruption, Not a Better Citizenry

(As published on FEE.ORG) News of China’s social credit system has been making waves across media outlets for months. Some publications are going soft on the massive surveillance state, saying it is not as bad as it seems (it is), while others are referring to it as something straight out of Nineteen Eighty-Four (again, it is). With pilot programs operating in certain municipalities, the system is already affecting citizens’ lives by limiting their ability to travel or send their children to universities.  “Four million people…

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