Category Archives: libertarian thought

My Thoughts on Roe Vs. Wade

I’ll preface with the usual “I’m not an expert” disclaimer. I’m neither an expert on pregnancy, abortion, Constitutional law or state laws – but I am an expert on my own opinions, which are based on what little I do … Continue reading

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A Benefit of Living in Latin America: The Simple Life

A few years ago, while vacationing in Mexico, I decided to rent a scooter. It was an old, beat up, scooter, but it was functional and cheap. I had a lot of fun with it, and the day came when … Continue reading

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The China Virus, as I see it

If you refer to the “about” section of this blog, you’ll see nothing about trying to be popular; I’ll put my opinions out there, and you can either agree or not – and you can explain why in comments. If … Continue reading

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With “Progressives,” Everything is About Reparations

I’ve always believed that laws against cannabis are unjust, and that people have the right to partake of any substance they so choose, as long as they’re not putting others in danger, or forcing others to foot the bill. So … Continue reading

Posted in government/corporate discrimination against whites, libertarian thought, Religion, shenanigans of the Left and of non-white activists | 1 Comment

Inflation Could Hit 20%

It’s now so obvious that inflation is in our future that even Business Insider admits it: Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel said inflation could spike to 20% in the next two or three years due to “unprecedented” fiscal and monetary stimulus … Continue reading

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Note to self: Never move to Hillsborough County, Florida

It seems the police department of Hillsborough County, Florida has nothing better to do than to entrap hard-working handymen, and then prosecute them for working without a license. From Reason.com: The residents of Hillsborough County, Florida, can sleep safely tonight … Continue reading

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Religion versus ideology

In a recent op-ed piece on Massachusetts Live, Joseph Levine writes: States that violate rights can be legitimately targeted by boycotts and sanctions, while ethnic/religious identities cannot. That was the principle underlying the BDS movement against apartheid South Africa, is … Continue reading

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The "one-percenters"

Do y’all remember the “Occupy Wall Street” movement? I bet you haven’t heard much about it recently. Though it didn’t actually disappear, we don’t hear about the “one-percenters” much anymore. These days, they focus more on a non-issue called “income … Continue reading

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Religion versus opinion

There are several atheists to whom I’m close. All of them exhibit a lot of respect toward organized religion, but they show no such respect toward conservatives. This got me thinking: Why does a belief in the supernatural garner more … Continue reading

Posted in activism, libertarian thought, Muslims, the South | 4 Comments

Chinese Girl in the Ghetto

My friend at Diversity Chronicle just sent me a copy of Chinese Girl in the Ghetto by Ying Ma. I found it to be riveting – as evidenced by the fact that I finished it in one sitting. One of … Continue reading

Posted in Africa and blacks, book/movie/video reviews and links, immigration/ Hispanics, libertarian thought | Tagged | 22 Comments