Tag Archives: Friedrich Hayek

Feminism: Meaningless Words create Meaningless Ideals

One of the interesting things about dating a lot of women is that you very quickly come to realize the amount of verbal-sorcery and word-salad that comes out of many women’s mouths. They often don’t mean what they say, or … Continue reading

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Virtue Signaling and the Male Apex Fallacy

Virtue Signaling is utilizing a display of disgust at those “other people” to indicate how good you are and how bad they are. It has little to do with the actual underlying merit of a thing or idea. Because in … Continue reading

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The Failure of Neoliberalism: Groups do not equal Individuals

The failure of Neoliberalism – which to many represents a libertarian economic approach – is not in its embrace of classical liberal economics … rather, its principle flaw is in its embrace of the idea that groups of people equate … Continue reading

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Trump – Equal and Opposite Reactions

So Donald Trump showed up in Chicago last week, where his rally was “shut down” (also this source and this) by the vociferous clamor of protestors.   Is this America or George Orwell’s 1984? Either we all have free speech, … Continue reading

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The Betrayal of Millennials: Patriarchal Principles and Freedom

The Guardian released an article today discussing the 30-year economic and social betrayal dragging down Generation Y’s income. To quote: “The full scale of the financial rout facing millennials is revealed today in exclusive new data that points to a … Continue reading

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