Freedom

We Can Learn So Much From A Turkish Immigrant

Then there is Enes Kanter, or you might know him by his new name, Enes Kanter Freedom. Freedom changed his name a couple of weeks ago as he took the oath to become a United States citizen. Enes came to America from Turkey in 2009 to attend school and play basketball. Currently, he is playing for the Boston Celtics and is using his public exposure to call out corrupt governments like China and Venezuela.

Defy International Law? Kill Millions Of People? So What?

With such an unambiguous universal indictment of government, how are we to understand – and accept – its continued existence? What “government service” could not be more economically, more effectively performed by private citizens working in voluntary cooperation to their mutual benefit and, subsequently, the benefit of others?

Joe Biden Has a Very Quirky Notion of Freedom

Personally, my wife and I have been vaccinated. We chose to. I exercised my freedom to choose what I believe is best for me. That’s a far cry from Biden’s refusal to allow free choice in such a personal matter, especially given the efficacy of immune protection for those who have already experienced the virus. Not to mention the special medical conditions of some people such that it mitigates against their using the vaccine.

Religious Persecution Is A Byproduct Of The Pandemic: Canadian Pastor Arrested… Again!

Is it the elected that are on a power trip during COVID? Or is it the judiciary who are not interpreting situations but legislating from the bench? It is probably best shared but watching various governments erode the rights of their citizens is painful. These rights were given by God and reinforced with the blood of brave men and women who sacrificed to preserve these rights.

A Reminder: Freedom is More Important than Safety

America was a wonderful place because her citizens were free. They could do as they pleased, safety be damned, and they did those things well. They settled the west and built the railroads despite Indians, climate challenges, and scarce supplies. They went to the moon, made electricity practical for private use, invented the machine gun, and built the skyscrapers without safety harnesses. America, for a brief, shining moment, was a truly free nation full of free men.