“It would be so nice if something made sense for a change.” Alice…in Wonderland
Last week, Amy Otto posted this interesting post on liberty and abortion at Pocket Full of Liberty. I agree with a great deal of it, but there is a pesky area of disagreement that keeps coming up between libertarians and pro-life activists: namely that legislation is the wrong approach. So I’ve got a response to […]
Driving past our neighborhood elementary school, I notice the school grounds are festooned in red ribbons and all sorts anti-drug signs obviously made by the inmates, er students. And I feel . . . slightly creeped out? What is wrong with me? I’m opposed to drug use. The drugs help have strong, smooth and djpaulkom.tv […]
One of the more popular arguments against government run health care is that it costs too much money and is inefficient. Just look at the high taxes and long waits for care in Canada. Yeah, sure, there’s that. But I think the greater danger, the greater cost is a loss of personal autonomy and the […]
This article on a seventeen year old who has started her own webpage design company is fascinating. Ashley Qualls is impressive an impressive young woman: she’s self-taught, successful and grounded. She taught herself about web design at the ripe age of nine, and although she’s made more than a million dollars, “I don’t need $2,000 […]
As someone who leans libertarian, I have lots of reason for disliking the gargantuan size of the government. I think large government programs are wasteful and intrusive. One of the most talked about problems is the decline of personal rights and responsibility as government expands. But another damaging consequence of big government is the reduction […]
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