Whose Lives Matter?

It doesn’t matter whether you think Black Lives Matter, White Lives Matter, Brown Lives Matter, Blue Lives Matter, Purple Lives Matter or Any Lives Matter. The reality is that a life only matters when it has value, saying a life matter doesn’t magically make it valid. We can ask the regressive left if Adolf Hitler’s […]

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The Citadel of Global Hypocrisy

The Citadel of Global Hypocrisy is what Ayn Rand called United Nations in her essay “Lessons of South Vietnam” in which she discussed the implication of Hegelian metaphysics that allows contradictions to exist, the result is the hypocrisy of the American troops in Vietnam fighting a mythical war, or more precisely, the neo-isolationist. The neo-isolationist according […]

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The Don Quixotes

Don Quixote was a fictional character created by  Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra in the legendary novel El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha. The character was a romantic fiction writer who became mad (likely suffering from schizophrenia) after writing too many novels and believed himself to be a great knight fighting for justice and chivalry. His […]

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You Don’t Love Science

To go back to the earliest root of science, we need to look at the hypothesis made by Thales of Miletus. Thales was the first person to use geometry to measure heights and he was also the first person to look into metaphysics philosophically. He thought water was “arche” which means beginning e.g. Archetype. He […]

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Jean-Baptiste Say: Grandfather of French Political Economy

Say’s law is an influential idea still being controversial amongst contemporary economists, the law derived from his magnus opus A Treatise on Political Economy (Or the Production, Distribution and Consumption of Wealth). The volume is divided into 3 books, the first one concerns production. Say discussed the nature of production which is to generate goods and service for […]

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Finding Integrity in Hollywood

James “Jimmy” Dean is often regarded as one of the greatest actors, but he has only had lead roles in 3 films before his tragic accident: East of Eden (1955) Rebel Without a Cause (1955) Giant (1956) There are many biographies written as well as biopics made about James Dean, so this article is not gonna be […]

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Bratlitics

Michael and his older brother Matthew both got a new toy for Christmas, even though they both had the same toy, Michael wanted Matthew’s toy so he threw a tantrum. When Matthew agreed to swap with Michael, he said “they are both mine”. Later that day, grandma came over and gave Michael a brand new […]

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