The Encyclopedia Britannica defines Cognitive dissonance in a very complicated and wordy way HERE. I define it as a process that occurs in a person’s brain when they encounter evidence that goes against or even blows away a major foundation of their thinking, then as a defense mechanism, their brain rejects the evidence. They just […]Read More Freedom!? yeah, right 1: WAR
Dwight D. Eisenhower: Supreme Allied Commander WW2 & 34th President of the U.S.Read More Dwight D. Eisenhower on Military Industry
“Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded…”Read More James Madison on War
This a Part 3 in a series of articles in which I answer a listener’s questions. Part 1 which includes these questions can be found here. In the last post of this series, I tackled the question raised by Jake stating what we would do with all of the people who would be affected by […]Read More It’s broke, how do we fix it?
This article is a response to the first set of questions which I received from a podcast listener. It can be found here. These questions are about government, the current state of affairs in the U.S. & what could happen if we moved towards being a freer society by shrinking the size and scope of government. His other questions about the FED, Interest rates and the political process will be talked about in future articles. First I must say Jake’s questions are very legitimate, great questions! Questions, […]Read More The Cost of Jobs & Stability
I received this message recently from Jake who is the Brother of my friend and Podcast mate, Comedian, Pat Oates. He was responding to a comment I made on this week’s episode of the Pat Oates is Sad Podcast episode 193 referencing my feelings about our current form of government. The way I feel about […]Read More A Fair Argument for the Status Quo. How Could You Change it Anyway?
I am NOT a fan of cable companies. Their customer service is generally terrible. (I will say though that every “Cable Guy or Gal” I’ve ever dealt with were super cool.) I am referring mostly to the experiences I’ve had on the phone as well as stories I’ve hear about people visiting their service centers. […]Read More Net Neutrality, Both Sides Stink!