Photo at top via AP News A brief historical account of vaccine mandates in the U.S., an establishment of the fact that the law is fluid and… Read more “Oppose all mandates— Vaccine Passports”
Often, the coverage in the U.S. media of the Israel-Palestine conflict lacks context. Acts of violence by either side are not justified, but it is essential to… Read more “Why the U.S. should stop funding the Israeli Government”
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”
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).
“When I grew older, it didn’t feel normal anymore,” said Marcus Jakob, “I kind of thought I was imprisoned by the country.” Marcus grew up in the… Read more “Marcus Jakob Recounts Life in The GDR”
If you are an American Citizen, you will likely serve on a jury at some point throughout your life. When you get called for jury duty, you… Read more “Jury Nullification- Protesting Against Unjust Laws”
Originally published in the ORU Oracle: http://oruoracle.com/opinion/vote-for-ranked-choice-ballots/ There are 530 federally-elected officials registered as either Republican or Democrat. Three officials are independent. Two political parties cannot accurately… Read more “The importance of Ranked Choice”
I haven’t posted in a while, because I have been very busy. I originally published this in the ORU Oracle- just follow the link below: http://oruoracle.com/opinion/guns-a-god-given-right/
UBI cannot work due to it’s expensiveness and much more.
I am writing from the four seasons resort in Costa Rica. The country is full of lush rainforest, and has a growing economy. I have been impressed… Read more “Learning from Costa Rica”