Western Civility Not Left-Wing Savagery

The Left’s origins were a reaction to the Enlightenment, in which the fountainhead of their movement is Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The Left is fundamentally opposed to rationality as evidenced by their hostility to science, technology and, civilization. Instead they teach that primitive cultures (i.e. the barbaric or savage) are the ideal human condition. Regardless if it…

“The New Green Serfdom”

An excellent, hard-hitting commentary authored by Matthew Harwood who is managing editor at the ACLU published in reason. In it he discusses the Fascist underpinnings of the Green New Deal. At one point President Franklin Delano Roosevelt admired Benito Mussolini and even adopted his economic program for the President’s New Deal. The result was a…

Thomas Sowell on the Vulgar Pride of Intellectuals

Hoover Institution Senior Fellow Dr. Thomas Sowell published a book entitled Intellectuals and Society. In his book, Sowell examines a group of people who influence public policy, debates and other institutions. The talk Dr. Sowell gives in this video goes into elements of his book. It includes discussion of some of the personalities profiled in…

“The Road to Serfdom” 75th Anniversary

75 years ago this month, Fredrick Hayek, the Austrian Economist recruited by the London School of Economics, published his manifesto for a free and liberal society: The Road to Serfdom. The book – or some might say the clarion call to the perils of socialism – was written in the evenings between 1940 and 1943,…

The Philosophy of Satan: Evil Explored

What is the origin story of evil in human societies? Stefan Molyneux and Dr. Duke Pesta explore the philosophy of Satan from both the religious and secular perspectives and correlates it with the philosophy of the Left in which historical events and fiction are also used to make their case. The result is over an…