Category Archives: Homeschooling
As the United States continues its political descent, one thing we will continue to witness (and suffer) are greater intrusions into our personal lives. In a free society “a man’s home is his castle,” but in our modern culture the … Continue reading →
One of the beauties of living a minimalist lifestyle is that most of the hotly debated political issues to me are moot points. Those who are invested in the current setup are passionate about it because they have a lot … Continue reading →
Reason Magazine has a book review of Hayek’s Modern Family: Classical Liberalism and the Evolution of Social Institutions, by Steven Horwitz, I have not read the book but wanted to give some commentary on quotes found within the review itself, … Continue reading →
Prior to a few months ago I had never heard of r or k reproduction strategy. It’s been popping up a lot among libertarians and those on the Alt. Right. From what I’ve gathered, here’s how it works. The r … Continue reading →
This is the second part of my two-part series. The Death of Nihilism A bit of confession time: For much of this year I underwent a very nihilistic phase. Anyone who is either a libertarian or morally sane (sadly the two … Continue reading →
Libertarians love to talk about an imminent economic collapse, the product of too much debt, too many years of meddling by the Federal Reserve into the financial sector, and not enough savings. On this, I have no argument.
I have never seen “Thank You For Smoking,” but curiosity prompted me to peruse some of the videos on Youtube and I came across this one in which the protagonist mocks a propaganda question put to his son by his school teacher, … Continue reading →