Analyzing official records on executive orders from all 50 states, I found that the total number of executive orders issued by governors increased by 163 percent in 2020. Governors issued 3,148 executive orders combined in 2020, with an average of about 63 per governor and a median of 60.
Terrorism is more often than not a direct response to imperialism. This was true with former imperial powers (Rome, France, etc.) and it is true for U.S.… Read more “End the war on terrorism”
Many modern-day liberals want good things for the world. They want peace. They want everyone to be cared for. They want everyone to be educated. They want… Read more “Freedom is the way to achieve our goals.”
Social media censorship is now clearly no longer an outside problem. It is a repeated issue that everyone must consider, whether or not they are the ones… Read more “Censorship is bad for all… not just the censored”
Joe Biden’s announcements of who he would place in key cabinet and White House positions represent a return to Obama-era policy. Biden’s choices for National Security Advisor,… Read more “Biden’s cabinet announcements and Obama era foreign policy”
Endless wars, rising debt, state controlled monetary policy, lockdowns and high incarceration rates. This is the state Republicans and Democrats have put America in. It is time… Read more “Five main reasons why I stand against the two party system”
The crowd of protesters was blocked by a police line in riot gear from marching forward along their desired route. A warning signal, from the raised bridge,… Read more “Inside of the August 15th Chicago Protests”
The federal budget deficit now exceeds one trillion dollars on a yearly basis. The federal budget deficit was $2.7 trillion in the first nine months of fiscal… Read more “Deficit Spending is Theft”
Higher education costs are too high and this is not a function of the market. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, in 2016-17 the average… Read more “Market Distortions in Higher Education”
We must recognize that Floyd’s killing is not an isolated incident but rather a consequence of a monopoly on the legal use of force that has gained power over the decades. I attempt to make my case with nuance and with respect for all those who have been victimized by the state (just about everyone but many worse than others).