By Other People
An honest analysis will reveal that, sadly, very little has changed or will change now that the elections are over. That’s what Charles Hugh Smith is writing about, here.
Glad to see this website, it expresses my feelings about flying and the TSA. Some will say that I’m making a big deal of nothing, but what is more important than our health and privacy?
A spectacular post by Jeffery Tucker on the reality of voting. A must-read, in my opinion. Wish I read it Tuesday morning instead of finding it that night.
There is a new book out that explores the lack of faith young people have in America. Instead of blaming it on Facebook and texting the author seems to explore this issue more honestly and places the blame on those who have failed to properly raise the next generation. Here’s the book review by The New American.
Here’s an article explaining why it doesn’t really matter who “wins” in the upcoming elections.
Note: There’s nothing wrong with voting in the elections, just don’t expect it to do much good.
I know this seems like I’m terribly biased towards Christians being anarchists, as the only articles I post are from that side of it. I did read a good article from the other perspective (anti-anarchy for Christians) but I didn’t bookmark it (nearly all my troubles in life, or at least on my computer, are caused by not bookmarking important things) so I’m not sure where it is. When I find it, I will post it. But in the meantime, here is one from LewRockwell.com.
Here’s an article a friend sent me on Jefferson, as I seemed to be on a “Jefferson kick.” I haven’t read it all yet so I can’t state my opinion, but you should check it out.