To comprehend the confined vision of progressives, I’d reference none other than Hendrick Smith’s New York Times editorial “When Capitalists Cared.” It reinforces the notion that wage labor under a boss should be (or is naturally) the predominant form of making a living in a just society.
The following are some thoughts I had while in a discussion with a left-liberal about the poverty of the welfare state but did not have an opportunity to express.
Ad hominem attacks aside, YouTuber hawanja’s video on free-market anarchists seems to make the point that people “naturally organize themselves into hierarchies” that require violence to be maintained, so anarchism runs counter to the human condition. It is left unstated why violence is needed or ethically justified to maintain these hierarchies if they were so […]
A resurgence of scholarship documenting the structural causes of poverty has been surfacing, according to the New York Times. I think researchers are making some valid insights into the causes of poverty, which sits atop a 15-year high and reaches 44 millions Americans, but they have a huge blind spot for the underlying reasons for […]
I was asked how I might resond to a political liberal sincerely concerned with the plight of the less fortunate in a liberatian society. The first thing I want to know is if it would be better just to save my breath. I first have to know if the person I am are communicating with […]