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Tag: Capitalism

Are American Libertarians Inherently Consequentialists?

While it may seem that libertarians follow a consequentialist line of thinking, this philosophy for approaching the world has its limitations.

The Hysteria Over the Government Shutdown

The United States is facing a government shutdown, yet some Americans are not affected and are living their lives outside of this mass hysteria.

Universal Basic Income: Ultimately Botched and Inept

The idea of providing the nation's citizens with a Universal Basic Income is not only a flawed one but also one that would not be effective.

Charles Taylor’s Modern Social Imaginaries: Getting Western Thought Wrong

It is evident that the basis of western society is individualism and the goal of attaining success, whatever that may be, contrary to Taylor's thesis.

The Importance of Voluntary Hierarchies

The idea of having another individual above you is seen as tyrannical by many, but it can benefit institutions and society if agreed upon.

The Tyrannical Nature of National Debt

The next generation will not have voted in their congressional representatives, yet will still have to deal with the debt crisis they are creating.

Americans Have Forgotten How to Boycott

Both conservatives and liberals have called for boycotts against companies that supported polarizing political agendas, and both have failed at doing so.

Christie Could Be Worse on Marijuana Than Jeff Sessions

The former Governor of New Jersey takes a tougher stance on marijuana than the previous Attorney General did and could be a foe for legalization advocates.

The Incompetence of the Canada Post Corporation

The Canada Post Corporation, or Canada Post for short, is the crown-corporation that fails the people yet continues to extort them of their money.

Envy is Evil, not the Desire for Wealth

The desire for individuals and companies to retain their profits is not inherently evil, while the lust for other's wealth is.

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