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Tag: culture
  • Zimmerman Trial Exposure is a Distortion and a Distraction

    Within ten days of Trayvon Martin’s death on February 26, 2012, the national media discovered the story on CBS’s This Morning. Immediately, news outlets began spinning the tragedy as a “white” on black crime fueled by racial animus and met without legal prosecution. Enter the George Zimmerman trial. A trial which, by the standards of legal …

  • Libertarians need to lie more

    It sounds so harsh when you phrase it like that, doesn’t it? But it’s true.  The expansion of the libertarian movement, and the future survival of liberty, require that you lie a lot more than you currently do. And I’m not talking little white lies either.  I’m talking huge, honking, “you’re-grounded-for-a-month-mister!” lies.  Lies with elaborate …

  • Superbowl Smackdown: Bernanke Edition

    In light of the holiday, that is, Superbowl Sunday… one can’t help but notice the cultural behemoth that has arisen in it’s wake. Indianapolis Colts.  New Orleans Saints.  The best teams in football, as evidenced by both regular season record and playoff performance. New Orleans. A city that headlined one of the most traumatic disasters …