Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times. This is a post long in the works. I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately about the state of the West, and I honestly don’t think we’re headed in a sustainable direction. I … Continue reading Disaster Approaching: Is Liberalism Dead?
For a long time, I was of the opinion that ‘classical liberal’ was a completely useless term. People have been using the term to differentiate with progressive lunatics that have in recent years hijacked the mainstream Left. I would say, “You’re either a liberal, or you’re not.” True though that may be, I’ve come to … Continue reading Classical Liberalism – How I See It
When it comes to virtually anything the Right clings to, whether it's guns or lowering taxes for the rich, or you-name-it, you can always be rest assured that they will cling to those things regardless if it makes any sense. This includes when the Right must, absolutely must, speak out against any and all accusations, … Continue reading Paul Joseph Watson, Shut Up
Does it matter? Do political views really matter? Of course it matters. If mankind had thought of a better way to do politics than, well, doing politics, then we’d have started doing something else by now. It’s unfortunate that politics involves so much arguing and dealing with stubborn people, but that’s the cost of ensuring … Continue reading My Political Compass and Beliefs
Ever wonder why people get so emotionally worked up when discussing politics? My answer to this question is ultimately why years ago I chose to be a liberal. It comes down to human nature and the fact humans are tribal by nature. Tribalism isn't limited to where our 'group' lives, or appears, or behaves. It … Continue reading Why Is Politics So Divisive?