Last year, I discussed The 5-Link Chain of Great Black Thinkers, and I am pleased to have mentioned the late Dr. Williams before his unfortunate passing in December. This article adds to the list. Keep in mind that these thinkers are individuals I specifically place in the liberty-minded and/or small-c conservative tradition, so the growing … Read more More Awesome Black Thinkers and Some Thoughts on Leadership
Today is Juneteenth, and we are in the midst of both a pandemic and a movement for social justice. Black lives matter, so how can we empower our black brothers and sisters, as well as other minorities? If we are convinced that conservatism is true, which I am, then we should look to conservative Great … Read more The 5-Link Chain of Great Black Thinkers
I consider myself to some degree a conservative and as such a member of the right. I contrast this with those on the left and libertarians who sit along another axis. I often hear complaints about the conservative movement, but as soon as the principles of conservatism are clarified, as I put them anyway, I … Read more Conservatism According to Me
This article will define conservative economics. Conservative economics is the same as free market economics, which is also called capitalism or free enterprise. Fiscal conservatism is one example of economic conservatism, but fiscal or budgetary policy comprises only a portion of a government’s ability to manipulate the economy. Conservative economics refers to both fiscal conservatism … Read more Defining Conservative Economics
Sometimes people say things during a political conversation and my brain explodes. “Does not compute does not compute…!” Then I realize, wait, the reason someone thinks, for example, that oil subsidies are a conservative idea, is because of a simple misconception. A fallacy of equivocation. Here are my top 3 political false equivocations for the … Read more Top 3 Worst Facebook Political Equivications
Reading The Score published a new article of mine here. The article is on Rick Perry. It seems he is acting like a conservative lately, but why? Is it real conservatism or acting? That is the topic of that article – enjoy!
This article is a directory of articles which I have written as a guest for other websites. They are in reverse chronological order starting with the most recent and ending with the oldest. This article will also include my guest article pitch video in which I make the case that I would be valuable as … Read more Compilation of Guest Articles and Contact Information!
The other night when I had dinner with J Warner Wallace I was advised to listen to Greg Koukl’s Audio Edition of Decision Making and the Will of God. I haven’t read the book and I will post my findings here when I do, but I thought it would be useful to discuss how I … Read more My Top 7 Decision Making Tools