In a Society that Pursues Truth, Why are we ignoring the Gosnell Case?
Law / Politics / Rights

In a Society that Pursues Truth, Why are we ignoring the Gosnell Case?

My childhood friend David Altrogge (shown above) has been adamant for a long time in his stance against abortion. Accordingly, David, along with his crew have put together the story of humanity (or the lack thereof) in the Case of Kermit Gosnell. This Friday, David went on Anderson Cooper 360 to discuss his film, I’m really proud of … Continue reading

3rd Presidential Debate Analysis: Teachers and Currency Manipulation
Economy / Law / Politics

3rd Presidential Debate Analysis: Teachers and Currency Manipulation

Watch after you read if you are more interested in Currency Wars Update: This article was republished at policymic.com on October 23, 2012 Before the debate started, I vowed not to listen because I believed that there wouldn’t be much of a difference between the two candidates, both Governor Romney and President Obama. However, at … Continue reading

“Only God Can Create Something Of Value Out Of Nothing”: The Problem of Fractional Reserve Banking
Law / Politics / Property / Rights

“Only God Can Create Something Of Value Out Of Nothing”: The Problem of Fractional Reserve Banking

What would happen if we “Ended the Fed”? My very first course in law school was one I didn’t think I’d find all that interesting. It was contracts. Contracts! Blech! Fortunately I had a great Professor named John Orcutt. One of the first lessons he taught us was the issue of “consideration”. Consideration is the … Continue reading