Archive for the ‘Philosophy’ category

The Concept of Duty and the Fallacy of Identity

A friend posted this on a social media site the other day and it provides the perfect opportunity to discuss a common fallacy that is occurring regularly these days in the media and online, as well as a concept that is used as a moral imperative to direct action and opinions about what is right […]

Who owes whom?

Dear Supporters of Sanders/Clinton, I seem to be hearing a specific theme coming from your ranks, and that theme is one of power to the people, or pro-worker communist sentiment.  I’ve been hearing that the burger flipper needs more money per hour, or that the Walmart employee deserves this wage or that wage and I […]

The unanimous Declaration of the fifty united states of North America

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the […]

Cultural Identity Crisis

This article probably won’t go where you may be thinking but I think you may relate to some of what I’m going to discuss, so bear with me if you will.  I live in Houston, Texas.  I’m surrounded by a mix of cultures on a daily basis.  One that happens to be pretty high on […]

The Formula for Producing Psychopathic Behavior.

Deranged lunatic Elliot Rodger is the epitome of a failed philosophic system which preaches entitlement at its core.  This failed philosophic system is pervasive in every corner of our society.  It is promoted on movie screens, television shows, news outlets and political speeches.  The professors in colleges willfully promote it, all the way down to […]