Despite the work of civil rights leaders, there obviously still remains disparities between the various races of the United States. According to Pew Research Center, whites continue to constitute the vast majority of people residing in the suburbs at 68%, whereas in urban areas whites only constitute 44%. This clearly suggests an imbalance, one that … Continue reading How should we promote true racial integration?
After reading Locke and Hobbes, the popularizers of individual rights, I struggled with justifying their arguments to myself. It wasn’t until reading F.A. Hayek that I arrived at a clear reason for rights. Hayek did not base his claim in anything but what was without a doubt true: human reason is limited; our knowledge of … Continue reading Why Individual Rights Matter
Hello to the one or two people who accidentally stumble onto this blog. CONGRATULATIONS! You’re about to grace yourself with my magnificent wisdom. In all honesty, it’ll be amazing if I don’t forget about this thing in a few months. But, assuming I don’t, please don’t get mad at me when I share my opinion. … Continue reading First Post