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Ben Shapiro Gets it Right on Obamacare

On his radio show today Ben Shapiro said, in his own words, that the SCOTUS ruling makes it clear it’s up to the American people to fight for the Constitution by voting in representatives that believe in its principles. I couldn’t agree with him more. Freedom is preserved by individuals who claim it as their highest value and know how to defend it. Without individual freedom, protecting other values is highly improbable. Defending freedom requires a much more than saying, “I want to be free” or “I love freedom.” If individuals don’t understand the philosophical and political foundations for freedom, they won’t be able to properly vet and elect politicians who will take it away when it’s too

It’s Now Up To The American People

In the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare, a radio talk show host said that it’s now up to the American people to fight for the Constitution. He meant that they need to vote in representatives that believe in its principles. It’s clear that freedom is preserved by individuals who claim it as their highest value and know how to defend it. Without individual freedom, protecting other values is highly improbable. Defending freedom requires much more than saying, “I want to be free” or “I love freedom.” If individuals don’t understand the philosophical and political foundations of freedom, they won’t be able to properly vet and elect politicians who will take it away when it’s too lat

The Marriage Debate is Not About Discrimination…Sort Of

The political issue of Marriage is always debated, often heatedly, as one of discrimination. The problem lies in the dual meaning of the word “discrimination,” one meaning that ALWAYS divides, the other that has the potential to unite. The definition commonly used in the Marriage debate is as follows: “treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favor of or against, a person or thing based on the group, class, or category to which that person or thing belongs rather than on individual merit” In the context of this definition of discrimination, an acceptable resolution among opposing camps is highly improbable. However, another definition of the word discrimination is “the power

Mayor Bloomberg’s Assault on Freedom!

The notion that “freedom is more important than life” is one that individuals who think like Mayor Bloomberg don’t seem to agree with. It’s understood that freedom isn’t possible without life. However given the choice between death and life in a totalitarian state, it’s human nature to choose apathy (where a human essential stops being human), death or fight to the death against totalitarianism. Does a ban on “super-sized” pop drinks plunge a society into totalitarianism? Not yet, but given a precedent such as this and the sweeping power of Obamacare, what’s next? No menu item is safe from government meddling and rest assured it’s only a matter of time before a person’s caloric intake, in bo