Why Non-voters ought to be celebrated as another form of political independence?

A modern commentary that is non-academic and non-bureaucratic is the tradition of the Non-Voter. Not everyone should have to burden the weight of democracy. Some people should get a pass. Whether it be to learn more, abstain from an argument, or pursuit a working grind or maybe self-declared mental limitations. We ought to view non-voting as admirable and a form of peacekeeping. 

Highlighting an older Libertarian opinion

There is a part of me as well as a part of my family that believes in Individual responsibility, working to keep a roof over one’s head & of course a love of dollar beer! There is a part of my very Canadian family that discusses old fashion values while smoking a dart on the deck. I want to respect that family history & acknowledge their presence in me becoming who I am. Often I do think I could be a worse person and indeed a less tolerable Socialist if it wasn’t for my family. 

Stance on Universal Basic Income

I am going to keep this post short because I am not for or against Universal Basic Income. My Dad thinks it is a good idea but I am less sure. I will keep my opinion mostly to two points. 1. We have to greater incentivize working to prosperity. 2. We need a strong means to fund a program like this & the ability to hit the emergency breaks as soon as required. These programs have driven Communist Socialist countries to break.

3 reasons why Business people shouldn’t run the economy?

Ashton Deroy writes: This is blog going to be absolutely nuts. Someone with a Business diploma from Loyalist College is going to actually explain to you why we shouldn’t run the economy. This is straight out of crazy town. Except what will be said? Is totally & completely true. 

Now yes this blog is a Socialist platform written by an autistic blogger. Yes we constantly argue the evils of the currents status of private ownership. It is hard to believe I came to this conclusion while taking a Business Diploma in college. Yet here it is. I don’t think just because you own something that it should mean you own people.

A Social philosophical look at honesty. Autistic Philosophy.

Honesty is a contextual value. This is something I maintain. Despite the fact that it has been viewed as a theory of unhealthy denial. Maybe there is an inch of truth to that. I am an autistic social philosopher who has barely hung on to their grips on reality, life & sanity.

On the other hand… Is it any more healthy to be a truth seeker? 

Imagine if you are the spouse of a cheating lover. Should you seek out proof of the infidelity and drive yourself mad in the process? Or simply make a decision to weigh your trust in your partner and act accordingly to that.  A lot of time what can be observed in marriages that lack trust turns in to the partner who has been faithful chasing after their spouse’s betrayal only to find out the betrayal was imaginary. What do we seek truly in our truths?