The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose From The Book: The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose. If you love death and destruction, oppression and suffering, injustice and violence, repression and torture, helplessness and despair, perpetual conflict and bloodshed, then teach your children to respect “authority:’ and teach them that obedience is a virtue. If, […]
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By David P Shirk Move over 50 cent and Eminem, for a new music/ audio sensation is out that has just replaced you in the ‘let’s scare the parents’ category! What can be worse than songs advocating anything from drug use to violence you say? Check it out man – it’s called ‘digital drugs’! It […]
By David P Shirk A third of the people seem to be indifferent to the laws and simply think of them as a mere annoyance. These people mostly accept the idea of laws as a necessary evil. Another third wholeheartedly support the laws, and constantly seek to make new ones to fit their idea […]
By David P Shirk As I was going through my nightly news, I was given a ‘must read’ article by James Cox. The article was about an arrest made right in front of a local courthouse in Allentown PA. What immediately caught my attention was that the incident happened not too far from where I […]
Some people try to say that a majority vote is as close as you can reasonably get to consensual government, and therefore free society, but they’re wrong. When each man governs himself and his property, all of society is run through unanimity, not the tyranny of the majority.
by Jessica Pacholski “The principle that the majority have a right to rule the minority, practically resolves all government into a mere contest between two bodies of men, as to which of them shall be masters, and which of them slaves; a contest, that — however bloody — can, in the nature of things, never […]
The debate started on a Sunday and ended officially on the following Saturday. One whole week of debating was exhausting but nonetheless engaging. Although at times the person I was debating against often employed the use of rhetoric and a slew of fallacies in their argument, and this includes sweeping generalizations that are very reminiscent […]