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One Can be a Good Catholic without Being a Libertarian, but Cannot be a Good Libertarian without Being a Good Catholic

I’m Mike, and I’m a libertarian Catholic. My path has been a long and winding one, with many stops along the way, but as my faith has deepened and the times have changed this two word phrase has best defined… Continue Reading →

Happy Capitalism Day! Because Without Capital, Labor is Just Slavery

18-Year-Old Man Then and Now

Volunteering isn’t Socialism. It’s the Opposite of Socialism.

America Isn’t What Happened in Charlottesville or Berkeley; It’s What’s Happening in Texas

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If Kafka Had A Point: A Review of “Blythe” by John E. Kramer

When I read Kafka’s The Castle, I was confused and utterly demoralized. Blythe readers may feel the same thing about 2/5ths of the way through. You’re in a surreal alternative world with typical American teens who become trapped in a… Continue Reading →

The citizen is obliged in conscience not to follow the directives of civil authorities when they are contrary to the demands of the moral order.

Inanimate Object Becomes Racist Overnight

Woke Millennials Would Rather Everyone Starve Than Suffer Income Inequality

Granted these sheltered millennials probably don’t understand the severity of the situation in Venezuela, but it’s clear they would rather risk it in favor of the socialist ideals they hold to than to endure more of the evil American “income… Continue Reading →

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