The following are a series of
essays written by yours truely. After each title is a short description
of each essay. You may not necessarily agree with what I have to
say, but hopefully they might ignite some new thoughts about normally conventional
issues. Where applicable, the date of completion has been added.
Radicals -- And Why I'll Never Understand Them. An extremely
information piece which questionin the morals and the motives of the modern
day "Rebel Without a Cause" within society. Added July 27, 1998.
Debate. The introduction is concerning a local article about
government regulation in tattoo parlors. It snowballs from here.
Chosen Editor's Choice by Liberty Journal, July 9, 1998.
Victory in Defeat. This is an extremely informal essay that I
only had a limited time to compose. It deals primarily with competition,
but has a small spark of Libertarianism. Added September 28, 1997.
and Power to Government. A personal analysis of P. J. O'Rourke's
quote: "Giving Money and Power to Government is like giving whiskey
and car keys to teenage boys."