Category Archives: Politics

Not Feeling the Trump Immigration Plan

“Hey, what’s up with that title?” I hear you saying. “I thought you hated political correctness! Now here you are, criticizing the most politically incorrect President since Andrew Jackson for one of the most politically incorrect policy initiatives ever done!” … Continue reading

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The Problem with Proposition Nations

The United States of America is not a nation of bloodlines, the common refrain goes. Brave patriots founded it on an idea — the idea of individual liberty, of shaping your own destiny, of leaving behind the dead weight of … Continue reading

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Hard Questions for Libertarians

Libertarians have a pretty sweet political platform: freedom. No nannying regulators telling you that you can’t open a store without a million permits. No licensing regimes meant to protect established businesses. No SWAT teams bursting into people’s homes and shooting … Continue reading

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Pokemon’s Pro-Gun Viewpoint

Pokemon — those creatures that wow with their amazing powers and easy collectibility — show no signs of stopping. As long as the little critters pull in cash for Nintendo, there will always be more, and it will be impossible … Continue reading

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Captive Audience of Social Justice

By now, everyone has noticed the march of social justice types through various geek media; no longer content with film, television, and publishing, they have invaded comics, video games, and tabletop games, to scrub it clean of “problematic” content. If … Continue reading

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Is Modern America an Authoritarian State?

O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming? And … Continue reading

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