Want to create a massive shift in culture of the kind that leads to political change toward both justice and liberty?
History shows us a way that works time and time again...
If it truly is "toxic", then it isn't truly masculinity.
(This was recorded a few weeks ago ... but I figured better late than never, as they say.)
Sadly, these thoughts have become timely again...
(Note: please don't infer my position on the gun control from this: I'm not laying a position out on that. I support our Constitution, including 2A. Rather, I'm specifying necessary conditions for a useful discussion, especially for those who favor regulating gun ownership.)
I have the feeling that in international politics, the apparent beginning of anything is never that. There is always something before the beginning.
I recommend this article if you want to understand better one of the biggest geopolitical issues of our time.
New post (FEE Con 2018 - Atlanta) has been published on The Art of Political Persuasion
New post (The Advance of Liberty Depends on Stories – not Arguments) has been published on The Art of Political Persuasion
Want to advance liberty? History has some advice for you...
"If you tell the right story to enough people, you don’t have to argue with them."
This is why, in politics, we need to measure our compassion by the good that we do - not by the strength or righteousness of our intention.
I'm going to be keeping extremely good company at the "Omaha Unconvention" in May.
Join Ron Paul, other great lovers of liberty and myself!
Consistency. Bill of Rights. Oath.
Always refreshing to see a politicians doing his job.
Thank you Rand Paul.
My home city of Seattle passes strange law to increase revenues of sellers of soda in neighboring cities. Think about it.
They say it's something to do with health. But they forgot to pass an equivalent law to increase revenues of nearby makers of Venti Frapucinos (and other coffee-based drinks), which have more than double the calories of a can of coke. Think about that too.
I wonder why....
Picture a "typical" soda buyer. Now picture a "typical" hot sugar-loaded coffee-based drink buyer.
Now you know the answer.
I've said to my friends and followers to be hopeful for 2018: we've hit "peak SJW" and the pendulum is swinging.
It's becoming clearer every day. One might say of this class action suit that "the end begins".