My guest today is Theodore, a half-assed statist and the executive director of http://www.crowdfundedgovernment.com. He advocates for voluntarily funding public services without taxation; taking power out of lobbyist hands and handing it back to the people. Sounds like a potential move in the right direction, but as an anarcho-capitalist, I’m skeptical. I poke holes in his idea to change the way in which we handle funding of public services.
A few months back, I wrote a controversial post about abortion, commenting that an unborn child should have a chance at life even if the woman is raped. It was not well received. However, after recent events in Alabama, it seems I'm not the only one who feels this way. I’ve been turning this topic over and over in my mind. I decided to take a closer look at the rape-victim pro-choice point of view; as they say “her body, her choice;” trying to understand if there is a middle ground somewhere on this particular subject.
Hunter Parker is a 15 year old wandering mind who’s interested in discussing important topics; in this case, abortion. After events at his school transpired in which a gaggle of young girls disrupted an otherwise peaceful and mundane lunch hour, Hunter reached out to me to discuss this important issue.
Sen. Lindsey Graham proposes new bill to attempt to plug up the illegal immigrant dam (and why it wouldn’t matter), Alabama lawmakers pass the most strict Abortion legislation in the US, and of course, on the Phobeismist, we’ll tell you why Man Buns are offensive; and, no, it’s not because it looks like a tied-up trash bag.
Christian Hanley is the founder and president of Defiance Strategies: offering comprehensive communications solutions for progressive leaders. Today we’re going to be discussing the SOTU (recorded right before the event), healthcare, anarchy vs government solutions, and a lesson in disagreeing without tearing each other apart.
Today, I'm joined by Gleb Tsipursky, specialist in social and emotional intelligence, professor of History at Ohio State University, and activist for truth and reason. We discuss his new Amazon best-seller: The Truth-Seeker’s Handbook: A Science-Based Guide
The Fat Acceptance movement is in full swing, but there's a solution. Fat Shaming: An Incredibly Easy Method That Works For All. Of course it does. Buy why in the world would we want to call attention to each others shortcomings when we can just shame you instead for calling out people for being fat?