Lessons from Winnie the Pooh

For many of us, British Author A.A. Milne charmed and delighted our childhood with tales of a lovable, but often very confused and naïve character named Winnie the Pooh. In one account of his adventures, Pooh finds some tracks in the snow and, surmising it might be those of a “Woozel”, he follows the trail…

Responding to Thomas Piketty

  See also: Are there problems with Piketty’s data? Piketty’s Capital in the 21st Century How to respond to Thomas Piketty’s inequality alarmism The Piketty Fallacy Remarks on Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-First Century” Why I am not persuaded by Thomas Piketty’s argument Unequal to the Task Capital Punishment Picketty Misses the Point

A Universe from Nothing?

Here, William Lane Craig debates atheist Larry Krauss who holds the view that something may come from nothing thereby undermining the Cosmological Argument for the existence of a transcendent creator. Craig’s best point, in my view, was a reference to Columbia philosopher David Albert’s point that Krauss equivocates on what is meant by “nothing” and…

Against Fideism

My attempt here is to offer a brief survey of fideism in the Christian church and elucidate it’s deviation from orthodoxy and just plain common sense. It will be shown that, while often well intentioned fideism requires gross distortion of scriptural content and actually serves to undermine the nature of man’s relationship to God. Moreover,…

Wage Gap and White Privilege Are Marxist Lies

The tiresome goal of Cultural Marxism is to fractionate humanity as much as possible. Contra Dr. King, the Cultural Marxist does not view people as unique individuals who share a common human nature but seeks to endlessly pit one identity group against another….and this to the great advantage of cultural, political, and financial elites. We…

Murder and homicide rates before and after gun bans

More information is available in chapters 2 and 10 of More Guns, Less Crime (University of Chicago Press, 2010, third edition). See Also: Flawed Study from the Prestigious Lancet Exposes Broader Problems in Anti-gun Research Evaluating new research “Firearm Ownership and Violent Crime in the U.S.: An Ecological Study” By Monuteaux, Lee, Hemenway, Mannix, Fleegler…