The Fruits of the Lesser of the Two Evils

This essay will address the concept of voting for the lesser of the two evils. After considering this philosophically, I will point out the fruits of this mindset in the last election. Not every political issue is a moral one, but most in present-day America are. Evil, by definition, is evil. Not just another way … Continue reading The Fruits of the Lesser of the Two Evils

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Sunday Special: A Brief Statement on Yesterday’s Leftist March in D.C.

I did not intend to address yesterday’s anti-gun “March for Our Lives” student marches in Washington D.C. and elsewhere until a post late next week, but I felt the need to make a few brief comments. The march in Babylon on the Potomac was supposed to draw about half a million marchers, but a USA … Continue reading Sunday Special: A Brief Statement on Yesterday’s Leftist March in D.C.

Is The Core of Libertarianism Catholic Or Jewish?

  Two days ago (March 20) the popular libertarian website LewRockwell.com published an interesting article titled Is Libertarianism Catholic? In this article, Ira Katz, who is a self-professed Roman Catholic and a Libertarian, makes the argument that Libertarianism is inherently Catholic, and that historically, Papist societies produce the optimum conditions for the development of libertarian … Continue reading Is The Core of Libertarianism Catholic Or Jewish?

Putnam Liberty Notes, Revised Second Edition is now available on Amazon!

My newest book is available for purchase on Amazon.com today! This book is Putnam Liberty Notes, Revised Second Edition. The first edition was published in March 2016, two years ago this month. I felt that this book was worth a light revision and issuance of a 2nd edition. This book is a collection of 25 … Continue reading Putnam Liberty Notes, Revised Second Edition is now available on Amazon!