Category Archives: Politics

Resisting the Dictatorship Mindset

When people in power convince a population that every problem requires a political solution, that population is primed for authoritarianism. In other words, the population has adopted “The Dictatorship Mindset.” While political engagement is crucial to a functioning civil society, the politicization of every facet of life will eventually crush that society.

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The Evolution of Sovereignty in American Political Thought

Sadly, most Americans have rejected the idea of sovereignty in the people and have instead reverted back to the pre-revolutionary British model of the government’s sovereignty. They’ve placed sovereign power in politically connected lawyers staffing the Supreme Court, and even the president. Americans can take back control over the federal government, but to do so, they must rediscover the founding principle of sovereignty in the people.

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Whatever Happened to the “Land of the Free?”

America once was unique in all the history of the world. It wasn’t its natural resources, the character of its people, or its beauty that made it special. Other countries could boast of similar things. The essence of America was an abundance of something rarely found in other countries: freedom from government. Share This Article

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When Fear-Mongering Fails!

Fear is the go-to emotion that government preys upon. It’s so reliable. The fear of the unknown causes most individuals to give away and sacrifice every liberty that they were naturally born with. A population that is perpetually afraid ultimately ends up fearing liberty itself!  Share This Article

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Is Orlando The New 9/11?

Last week America was rocked by the cold-blooded murder of 49 people at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Unlike the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the Orlando shooter appears to be a lone gunman who, while claiming allegiance to ISIS, was not actually working with a terrorist group. About the only thing Orlando has in common with 9/11 is […]

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