Tag Archives: freedom

Steam as a Platform not a Courtroom

Valve gets it right. The best services are those which either have clear and consistent standards, or those which are frameworks. Valve has opted for the latter. Rejoice, gamers everywhere! This means that Valve won’t be SJW-ing us. Again, I … Continue reading

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The Invisible Crouching Overlord

In the annals of dichotomies, allow me to contribute one more — those who wish to live free and those who want the government (or someone else) to handle their responsibilities. The latter group of people have many things in … Continue reading

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Fight the Future

It is inescapably obvious that many technology companies and futurists do not have the common man’s interest at heart. That is, they do not research, develop, or promote technology that enables the citizen to be more free, more secure in … Continue reading

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Not Your Friends

Stacy McCain shares this story, a sad and predictable story of how tolerant those who sport the badge of tolerance really are. In the end, your intentions (or your heart, or your motives) count for nothing — not to the … Continue reading

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Comm(unity) > Diversity

What precisely is achieved by the generic and mother-embrace call to diversity? The word is a mantra and it means different things to different people, which is by design. Words without clear definitions are perfect candidates for posters the mob … Continue reading

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We Don’t Get a Say In Whom Kisses Whom

I think this is obvious, but apparently transsexuals don’t understand that “no means no”. Forcing someone to kiss you is called sexual harassment, and if the other person isn’t interested, then he or she isn’t interested. That should be the … Continue reading

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A Past Unraveled

John Wesley was an ardent supporter of Arminianism. This I did not know until recently. However, it does explain quite a few things of my past. I grew up Methodist, meaning that I was raised in a Methodist household by … Continue reading

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