"Holding onto anger is like holding a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned. Unfortunately, when it comes to how these emotions effect our political views and decisions, it
"If Trump’s critics continue on this wayward path of criticizing him with invalid objections, they will lose political discussions. His supporters will win the argument. Late night comedians will continue to make jokes, Democrats will continue to cry treason, and
"Libya currently suffers from slave trading, double-digit inflation, and gang warfare vying for control after the collapse of their government in the wake of the 2011 NATO intervention. Gaddafi’s injustices didn’t warrant far greater injustices wrought upon the people of
"The reason why the left wants him to fail isn’t because they love war. It’s because they love themselves more than peace. They’re madly in love with their view of the world. They enjoy talking down to others as it
"Trudeau was overwhelmed at the prospect of keeping his central campaign promise to address our democratic deficit. He now hides behind it. When pressed about his deficits he’ll make the unbearably light claim Canadians voted for them - when in
"The central argument for Scheer over Trudeau is that he says less embarrassing things. His rhetoric is superior to Trudeau's. I would like to submit that this is the worst argument possible for voting in favour of a particular politician,"
"While many conservatives refer to waterboarding as “enhanced interrogation” to make it seem less savage and immoral, I will be calling it by its actual name, torture. During the dark chapter of the CIA’s waterboarding program, innocent people were tortured. According
"The art of any deal is keeping your end of the deal. If this isn’t done, no one will make deals going forward," writes Brandon Kirby in this edition of Freedom Philosophy.