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Middle East Conflict – Part 5: U.S. Policy and Yemen
I wasn’t sure if I would get back to this thread right away or not, as I’ve had a fewRead more.
Individualism: Good or Bad?
If you subscribe to my email (which you should!), back in a November email, I narrated the attack of aRead more.
Negative v. Positive Rights
Right off the bat, understand that negative does not mean bad, and positive does not mean good. Like getting backRead more.
Middle East Conflict – Part 4: The Current Mess in Syria
A quick TV sound bite just doesn’t do justice to the current mess the U.S. has decided merits its ownRead more.
Learn the Truth: Liberty Classroom
“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free in a state of civilization, it expects what never was andRead more.
Thanksgiving in Perspective
Many of us were raised with a romanticized rendition of the story of the Pilgrims, a story that still bringsRead more.
Middle East Conflict–Part 3: Roots of Modern Radical Islamic Movements
The last two posts of the Middle East have offered a bird’s eye view of the political development of theRead more.
Middle East Conflict–Part 2: Protectorates to Military Rule
In the last post, I offered clarity on the nature of the Middle East prior to the collapse of theRead more.
Middle East Conflict–Part 1: Under the Ottomans
Our political candidates and commentators bring up Syria quite often. And with reason. The nation is embroiled in conflict–a very,Read more.
The Electoral College: An Issue of Federalism
On the LCKeagy Facebook Page recently, I asked those who had liked the page about what topics they would like meRead more.
Church & State
Worldview. A word that somehow seems to understate its own purpose. A word that often gets tossed around in clichédRead more.
Principle & Pragmatism
I know I have laden much of what I have written so far with the philosophical. I do not intendRead more.
The Politics of Liberty: The Principled Argument
Kindergarten. That’s where we learned the basics of libertarianism. Don’t hurt people and don’t take their stuff. It’s a basicRead more.
On What Basis Liberty? Part 3: Non-Aggression
And all this brings us naturally to our final post on the two basic principles of libertarianism: the non-aggression principle.Read more.
On What Basis Liberty? Part 2: Property Rights
After my previous meandering into a brief discussion of inalienable rights from a Christian perspective, I ended the previous post with theRead more.
On What Basis Liberty? Part 1
For those of my readers who are originally from or live in the United States, we understand the rich rhetoricRead more.