If one looks at the world today, how many malevolent acts are being perpetrated by groups of people? Why are they being sanctioned, accepted, and even celebrated when these actions are immoral based solely on the violation of natural law?
Editor’s Break 082 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: why the [mistaken] belief that “there should be a law” does not mean the threat of a gun to the face boggles his mind; children owning property and what rights a parent has if that property is stored in their house; the causes of criminal behavior in youth and adults alike; and more.
Editor’s Break 049 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: the necessity of ambition in the economic realm by entry level employees, the missing silver lining from the Trump presidency, the voluntaryist perspective on politics and law, how to know what really matters to you, indoctrination in occupational training, and more.
When cops get caught planting evidence, lying under oath, etc., sometimes other pending or past cases which relied upon the testimony of that cop also get thrown out. Now suppose that that principle was applied to politicians.
Statists make the absurd claim “Ignorance of the law is no excuse,” but that’s obviously nonsense. If you aren’t aware of some random, arbitrary rule made up by some ethically empty control freak, how can you be expected to act counter-intuitively and “obey” it?
When the goal is my own, internally motivated, I will behave according to my own values for respectful and peaceful cooperation. When the goal is not my own, externally motivated, I will at first behave according to my own values, but resistance may soon have me acting contrary to those values. Why is this?
Diane Feinstein, a U. S. Senator (D, CA) wants to ban workarounds from previous bans. She seeks to address “unforeseen” consequences.
Every anti-gun “law” only affects the good people who don’t want to hurt innocent people; never the evil losers. It’s like giving them a hall pass to kill.
Editor’s Break 032 looks at Skyler’s trying-hard-but-failing-commitment to Socratic dialog and to always be challenging the claims that laws apply to anyone and that people calling themselves “government” have jurisdiction.
Many people claim to have nothing against immigrants to the USA, yet they zealously oppose all illegal immigration. The law is the law, they say, and everyone should obey it.