Climate Change: Fact or Fallacy?

Climate Change has often been quoted as being ‘The foremost threat to our environment’ and the ‘Greatest Threat of the 21st Century’. According to a Pew Research Center survey, there is a global consensus that climate change is a significant issue, with a majority in all 40 nations polled considering it a serious problem, while a global median of 54% regard the situation to be … Continue reading Climate Change: Fact or Fallacy?

A Defence of The Confederacy

Introduction: One of the most common misconceptions in today’s world is that the Confederacy was founded on racism. The people who believe this come to this conclusion by saying that the war was about slavery, which is half true, and half wrong. They are correct in saying that slavery is the largest reason for the secession, but they don’t give any context as to why … Continue reading A Defence of The Confederacy

Book list: Economics (bias free market-capitalism)

(Ludwig Von Mises) – Economic policy: thoughts for today and tomorrow – The theory of money and credit – Human action – Socialism – Liberalism – The anti-capitalist mentality – Omnipotent government – Economic calculations in the socialist common wealth – Economic freedom and interventionism – Epistemological problems of economics – Bureaucracy – Planned chaos – Nation, state, and economy – The ultimate foundation of … Continue reading Book list: Economics (bias free market-capitalism)

Pros & Cons of The Affordable Care Act

Introduction: The Affordable Care Act, or more commonly known as ObamaCare, is a particularly controversial topic in America’s political atmosphere. There are two popular opinions on ObamaCare, either that it’s great or that it’s awful. Usually, whenever people think that it’s great they fail to look at the bad side of the act, or if they think it’s awful they fail to see the benefits. … Continue reading Pros & Cons of The Affordable Care Act

The Evils of the Bureau of Land Management

Introduction: One of the less known government agencies is the BLM or the Bureau of Land Management, but it has one of the largest effects. Many people think of the Bureau as a good thing, an agency that helps conserve the earth and gives people land that they can explore without trespassing. But if you ask around the ranching community or research deeply into the … Continue reading The Evils of the Bureau of Land Management

The Case for Capitalism

Introduction: I’m going to address the benefits of capitalism and then refute some of the arguments against capitalism. Technological Advancements and Cheaper and Better Products: The free market is the market of competition, and with that competition comes many benefits, including technological advancements, cheaper products, and better products, but for now, I’m going to focus on one benefit, in particular, technological advancements. Technology makes the … Continue reading The Case for Capitalism

Brexit: An Analysis

“Brexit is a portmanteau of “British” and “exit”. It was derived by analogy from Grexit, referring to a hypothetical withdrawal of Greece from the eurozone (and possibly also the EU). The term Brexit may have first been used in reference to a possible UK withdrawal from the EU by Peter Wilding in a Euractiv blog post on 15 May 2012.” On the 23rd June 2016, … Continue reading Brexit: An Analysis