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The Bloodletting

By |2022-01-06T09:39:43-05:00January 6th, 2022|Blog, Life|

A libertarian mindset and compassion aren’t, at least by definition, mutually exclusive. However, there are occasions in life where one has to plant a stake in the ground and choose one or the other.

How to Plan a Tactical Baby Shower

By |2022-01-06T09:52:08-05:00December 15th, 2021|Blog, Guns and Shooting, Life|

The big news in my Casa de Joy is the forthcoming arrival of two next-generation Guncranks. Both of my offspring have fired up the mini-me generators and are expecting pocket people — within two days of each other. The expected arrival dates are so close I have to think planning was involved, but as a dad, I really, really don’t want to know anything about that.

Constitutional Concepts: It’s My Right!

By |2021-11-07T20:18:19-05:00November 7th, 2021|Blog, Politics|

Listening to the nightly news and politicians’ bloviation, one might think it’s protecting its citizens from themselves. Perhaps the purpose of government is to provide for national security. Or maybe it’s providing a safe, stable, and level playing field for its citizens. Some believe government’s role is to provide for the national welfare, whatever that means.Looking at a founders’ view of government, the purpose is to protect the natural rights of those who elect to be governed.

The Psychology of Crisis Tyrants

By |2021-11-06T13:32:45-04:00October 27th, 2021|Blog, Politics|

The American Constitutional Rights Union defines a crisis tyrant as a leader who uses a crisis — like the COVID-19 pandemic — to justify and grease the skids of their tyrannical behavior. The “crisis” element adds a layer or two of “despicable” as the exercise of power comes on the backs of those enduring a crisis or tragedy.

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