We should have a branch of government that protects individual freedom from government overreach.
The problem with freedom is that it takes so much constant maintenance. And good luck getting anyone to honor the warranty.
Though published by HarperCollins, my books cost $2 and $5. You get more than your value for them no matter what a court says.
I have a third book, coming in November, BTW, but this time in low-tech physical form.
It should have a cover by November.
I can’t make a lot of promises on the book other than it will have a lot of semicolons; I love semicolons — when I’m not using dashes.
“Kill them! Kill them all!” -Donald Rumsfeld’s default foreign policy advice
With this promotion of birth control as a fundamental right, I hope people are pointing out that promiscuity is still not a great idea.
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“You don’t have the freedom to object to things I tell you to pay for.”
The greatest trick the Koch brothers ever pulled was convincing the American public they don’t exist.
Started to receive tips for my story at Liberty Island. I like verbal feedback, but money also means you liked it.
I guess you should support a minimum wage increase if you’re pro-robot.
One thing I noticed from that article: I have trouble trusting anyone named “Frey.”
Freedom, responsibility, religion — these are the beasts we must slay to have an orderly, progressive future.
So how many Supreme Court Justices have the Koch brothers paid off?
All this talk about virtual reality being the next big thing is giving me early 90s flashbacks.
People must feel pretty dumb to be a part of a company Facebook isn’t buying for billions of dollars.
If you have a Nintendo Virtual Boy lying around somewhere, Facebook will pay you $5 million for it.
Do people who want to crush a business over not paying for a few abortifacients pretend they like freedom, or are they done with that act?
“I never met a man I didn’t compare to Hitler.” -modern day Will Rogers
“Forever Obamacare was delayed, hanging over the people like a threat. But should they ever displease the president…”
If the opinion is that companies aren’t allowed to be free, then it should be illegal for any company to disallow guns on its premise.
Maybe this could be a 2014 strategy for Obama: “Reelect Democrats, or I’ll stop delaying Obamacare!”