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Tag: Freedom

“Voting For The Lesser Of Two Evils”

June 28, 2016 |

The lesser of two evils argument always seems to sprout up during election cycles. The premise of this idea, however, is rarely discussed. Situational ethics involves the idea that what we believe to be right or wrong depends upon the … Read More

The Death Of Civil Discourse

May 31, 2016 |

We could all benefit from a review of “Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior In Company and Conversation”, originally composed by French Jesuits in the late 1500s, then translated to English and brought to America during the mid-1600s. These rules, … Read More

$200 Get Out of Jail Free Cards Are Bittersweet

August 6, 2015 |

A former prisoner himself, Carlos Cervantes drives newly released convicts from prison back to the free world.

Carlos took a 12 year plea bargain for attempted murder at the age of 16. He served 10 years, 8 months. He was released … Read More

Free People. Free Markets.

July 8, 2013 |

Freedom is the absence of coercion. In the United States, this means that you are free to do anything that you choose to do as long as it does not infringe upon the rights of others.

Threats to our freedom … Read More