Tag: justice

“An Eye for an Eye” is Outdated and Needs Modernization

The idea that justice consist of exacting proportional revenge is outdated and barbaric, thus we should end capital punishment.

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Groupthink Is a Threat to Justice and Reason

Holding an idea because a majority happens to support it is a dangerous form of groupthink that endangers the notion of liberty and justice for all.

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Are More People Advocating “Socialist Societies?”

Though more people appear to be leaning socialist in the modern day, actual implementation of these policies would undoubtedly fail.

Minarchy and the Defense of Society

Those that advocate for the abolition of the state fail to realize how essential the system is in defending the rights of those in society.

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It is Too Late for Slavery Reparations in the U.S.

Though slavery was perhaps the greatest stain on America's history, it is simply impossible to pay reparations this far in the future.

A Pledge of Allegiance is a Communist Dream

The concept of a pledge of allegiance is outdated and belongs only in an Authoritarian state

Petition to Free Ross Ulbricht Reaches 43,000 Signatures

A petition calling for a Presidential pardon for Ross Ulbricht, the convicted operator of the dark web marketplace Silk Road, has gained over 43,000 signatures.

The Consequences of States Defining Nations

When States define nations and collect statistics about people within them, they are only creating more tools to divide those who are equal.

3 More Of The Worst Supreme Court Rulings

The list of terrible SCOTUS cases doesn't end at 6.