If you care about open internet and understand the basic principals of a free market you will understand Net Neutrality is bad.
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Friday, June 17, 2016
In the big government world, power is centralized in the federal government in a large bureaucracy where the power is held by a few people at the top of the government. A small government makes the power decentralized in the local communities that are affected by the decisions the power holders make. This provides accountability and oversight by the decision maker’s peers, a very secure form of government.
Thursday, June 16, 2016
First, there is actually not one list, but several. The no-fly list is included here, but collectively they are known as the Terrorist Screening Database. Anyone put on these lists should not have any of their constitutional rights taken away.
Flying, that is not a constitutional right.
Buying a gun is, however.
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
Monday, June 13, 2016
Both sides, left and right have their opinions on Islam. The left generally will promote it and the right will generally either be neutral or discourage it. Each side has their own motives and reasons for their positions, but looking at the problem objectively, what is the truth?
Sunday, June 12, 2016
Thursday, June 2, 2016
If the Democrats want their large welfare state, then they must have big government. If Republicans want low taxation, they must have small government. This is another interesting iteration of the dichotomy between the liberal and conservative ideological standpoints. It is not for ideological reasons why they must have big or small government, it is for procedural reasons. Democrats cannot accomplish what they want if we have a 'small government' and Republicans cannot accomplish what we want is we have a 'big government'.