Here is an excerpt from a conversation I recently had with a friend of mine about immigration: My friend: “So what do you think about President Trump’s recent banning of Muslims from the United States?” Me: “I don’t think that’s what happened.” My Friend: “Yeah, he just banned any immigration from like seven countries.” Me: … Continue reading The Logical Twilight Zone: The Immigration “Debate” in America
The U.S. Constitution was created in order to define the limits of the federal government’s power. When our Republic began the chief focus of our Founding Fathers was to safeguard the unprecedented liberty that their sacrifice and bloodshed had won. The Founders were worried that this experiment in self-government would be short lived if the … Continue reading The Dangers of Constitutional Cherry-Picking
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a great personal inspiration to me and to all Americans interested in solving real, difficult, and painful issues in a way that promotes peace and encourages love, but is still unrelenting in the pursuit to get results. Like Gandhi, Dr. King prescribed non-violence to make right the immoral parts … Continue reading Principled Arguments in the Two-Party System: The MLK Way
If you only have time for a quick read today, the answer to the question posed in the title is simple, no- terrorism is not an enemy we can defeat. At least not in the way we are currently attempting. Terrorism is a tactic employed by a fighting force to achieve a strategic objective, not … Continue reading Is Terrorism a Defeat-able Enemy?