Tag Archives: ethics

Clinton, Biden, Gun Control

I am pro-liberty. I believe in the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness by way of possessions and personal beliefs. I don’t see the issue of gun rights as an issue of public safety; I see it … Continue reading

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The Right to Life

Kentucky Senator Rand Paul has been making the headlines recently for his Mr. Smith-style filibuster in the Senate. The topic was combat drone use against American citizens. Clearly he felt strongly about receiving more information regarding whether or not the … Continue reading

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Freedom to choose vs. total control

I enjoy reading books from the “dystopian future” category. I don’t know why, specifically, but I guess a lot of other people enjoy it as well because there sure are a lot of them. I think it relates to the … Continue reading

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Society’s demands for parents

In order for new people to exist older people need to have children. There is no way around this. Personally, I believe this is one of the fundamental purposes for why people exist on the earth, to have children. Not … Continue reading

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Government transparency and national security

Where is the line drawn between government information being made public and the need for secrecy in the interest of national security? On one hand there is information that might pose a threat to U.S. citizens if it were obtained … Continue reading

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Encouraging self-governance: Part II

Does a man govern himself better under heavy external influences of control or by his own will? In general man will fare better when governing himself. This is the natural course, that man governs himself by the laws of nature … Continue reading

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What if? Volume II

When I launched this blog a few months ago I was trying to make a transition from my previous blog, Ajax’s Whimsical Revolution. I wanted to focus more on writing about psychology or sociology and my theories and opinions on … Continue reading

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Agree or disagree?

A Marine has written a letter to Senator Feinstein regarding her gun ban bill proposal. It is posted on CNN iReport. I think he worded it well and I encourage you to read it. In this case, and probably many … Continue reading

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Running up the score

I am not a dedicated fan of football. I have never seen an entire NFL game. I have never watched any of a Super Bowl game. College football is okay, I’ve watched a few of those games, they seem slightly … Continue reading

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