Sean Parr column
Sean Parr is an enemy of constraint.
May 2, 2021
A technical definition would perhaps be too unwieldy for our present purpose. Suffice it to say, they are silly people with ideas. What differentiates them from . . .
December 29, 2018
Some years ago, borrowing from Benjamin Franklin's "Rules by Which a Great Empire May Be Reduced to a Small One," I penned an essay, one of my best (if I do say . . .
October 8, 2018
Much has recently been written on the supposed unparalleled divisiveness of the current cultural landscape. It's likely that a degree of hyperbole has been . . .
July 19, 2017
On July 13th, the Palm Beach Post published a "Point of View" contribution by author (and Miami-Dade County public school science teacher) Bertha Vasquez on the . . .
June 7, 2016
I wanted to be wrong, but everyone is humming a song that I don't understand. -Michael Stipe In the last ten years, I transformed from a line-toting . . .
Anarcho-Capitalism: serfs favor it, tyrants fear it, and the ignorant, well... they don't know a whole lot about it
December 16, 2015
Some time ago, Renew America contributor Donald Hank authored an article entitled "Anarcho-Capitalism: The Road Less Traveled to Serfdom." It is the intention . . .
April 18, 2015
What follows is a continuation of a back-and-forth between myself and Dan Popp on the topic of the relationship between Christianity and libertarianism. Part . . .
April 16, 2015
Those who subscribe to a particular philosophy, and who find themselves at odds with one another, face a relatively easy task when engaging in argumentation. . . .
March 21, 2015
In his October 21, 2014 article, Dan Popp asks: "Is libertarianism anti-Christian?" It is to both answer Popp's question and lay charges against his arguments . . .
August 28, 2014
Recently, Burger King embarked on a deal to buy a Canadian doughnut chain. This deal, which would create the world's third-largest fast-food restaurant group, . . .
May 21, 2014
Distinct from our petition urging for the universal criminalization of rights-violations, which was addressed to the United States government, what follows is . . .
April 25, 2014
To the members of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of the United States government. Gentlemen and ladies – you have the right idea. You . . .
April 23, 2014
Explaining and defending libertarianism (my seemingly central preoccupation of late) is not a terribly difficult task as the philosophy of freedom is a simple . . .
April 10, 2014
David Boaz's Politico article, "The Libertarian Surge," commented on the uptick in recent years of libertarianism or, rather, of what libertarians are often . . .
February 11, 2013
Originally published at American Thinker Recently, as guest host on "Your World with Neil Cavuto," Stuart Varney interviewed Minnesota Congressman Keith . . .
October 21, 2012
Originally published at American Thinker It may come as a surprise that libertarianism does not require one to hold liberal views on social issues. By . . .
October 8, 2012
Originally published at American Thinker This article has two purposes. The first is to define what exactly is entailed by libertarianism, broadly defined. . . .
September 9, 2012
In January of 2009, when Barack Obama proclaimed that the rule of law would be the touchstone of his presidency, did the president have some flawed conception . . .
April 13, 2012
Much of anti-capitalistic rhetoric finds its genesis in the supposed wrongheadedness of the profit motive. The basis for this rhetoric is that all of society is . . .
December 17, 2011
"An ancient Sage valued himself upon this... he knew how to make a great City of a little one. The Science that I, a modern Simpleton, am about to communicate . . .
March 23, 2011
SCENE I — House of Mistress Elizabeth, the Liberal Elizabeth and Mary are seated near a good fire. ELIZABETH: Although I am a liberal and you, Mary, . . .
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