Archive | May, 2014


If you happen to be a Twitter junkie, over the weekend you likely didn’t make it far before running into the #YesAllWomen hashtag. For those of you playing the home game, or are otherwise wise enough–at least in this instance–to forgo social media all together, a brief recap: Friday evening, Elliot Rodger, 22, killed six people […]

Continue reading

“Birth-Like” Abortion And Gosnell’s Reckoning

As emotionally charged a topic as abortion is, it’s not difficult to imagine that if I were to solicit fitting descriptors of the practice from the average person, they might run the gamut between “barbaric” and “a woman’s choice”, all depending of course upon which side of the divide that person happens to fall. Needless to say, […]

Continue reading

Art Of The Illiberal

Liberal  [lib-er-uhl, lib-ruhl] Adjective: Favoring or permitting freedom of action, especially with respect to matters of personal belief or expression. At New Jersey’s Rutgers University, however, the range that students and faculty are willing to “permit” freedom of action is sharply defined to extend only up to the point at which they begin disagreeing with you. […]

Continue reading

International Liberty

Restraining Government in America and Around the World

Watts Up With That?

The world's most viewed site on global warming and climate change

Political Fireball

Your Voice for Truth in New Mexico Politics

Who Said What


Jacques Delacroix' blog, Santa Cruz, CA, Facts Matter, Monterey Bay

Notes On Liberty

Spontaneous thoughts on a humble creed