Monthly Archives: May 2016

On being Adults

I have always opposed hate crime laws on the grounds that the law should generally deal with our actions rather than our more difficult to determine motives. I am also saddened by the growing tendency of college students to turn … Continue reading

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Remove the Barriers to Work

Most people, and I mean almost everyone, would rather work than receive welfare. Earning your own living is an essential element of happiness and self esteem. These are the well-documented conclusions of Phil Harvey and Lisa Conyers in their new … Continue reading

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Public Bathrooms

A few years ago the public bathroom scandal concerned the ignorance of male architects in incorrectly designing toilet capacities for the different requirements of men versus women. Clear evidence could be witnessed during intermission at the Kennedy Center in the … Continue reading

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The Market vs. the State

It is in our natures to serve our personal interests first and those of others second. The interests of others include not only those around us in need but also our children and future generations in general, which are served … Continue reading

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