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VA: A Crumbling Ins...

By Trevor Blake

The right to food is a complex issue that carries with it many paradoxes. The right to food is the most invasively violated right...
Who are the real gover..

By Scott T. Davis

There is a lot of talk from conservatives about how the social welfare system in this country is robbing taxpayers of their livelihoods...
A Nation of Killers
Corporate Personhood V.

By Scott T. Davis

By Scott T. Davis

Of all the atrocities one can commit, murder is among the most immoral and unsettling crimes imaginable. What punishment is most worthy for such a heinous crime? Why the very same atrocity once more, of course, carried out by a body of government. An eye for an eye is just… right?... [continue reading]
To what effect does a corporation have the right to religious freedom? How far can the rights of a corporation extend if it means limitations on individuals’ religious liberties?...

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VA: A Crumbling Institution

By Trevor Blake


The Huffington Post published a troubling article about 35,000 combat veterans being denied health care coverage because of computer errors. Most of these 35,000 combat veterans are veterans of the Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) in Iraq.... [continue reading]

A Nation of Killers

By Scott T. Davis


The Right to Food

By Scott T. Davis

The right to food is a complex issue that carries with it many paradoxes. The right to food is the most invasively violated right. As of 2012, there are at least one billion undernourished people around the world. The right to food is also one of the least controversial international rights, few are willing to object to an individual’s fundamental rights to life, what is contested is methods of implementation.... [continue reading]
Corporate Personhood V. Individual Liberty

By Scott T. Davis

Fundamental Flaws in Rule of Law

By Scott T. Davis

The Unfortunate truth about governance is that those who govern are those who have achieved or inherited the status that allows them to do so. It would be unnatural for them to create and maintain a system that does not carry with it some advantages for themselves. It is because of true human nature that rule of law has been reserved for the poor, and the disadvantaged... [continue reading]
Will History View Race, as Obama’s          Biggest Obstacle During his Presidency?

By Scott T. Davis


Who are the real government moochers?

By Scott T. Davis

There is a lot of talk from conservatives about how the social welfare system in this country is robbing taxpayers of their livelihoods. But what they do not typically consider is the substantial amount of government subsidies (or corporate welfare) that their beloved corporations receive... [continue reading]