LR Podcast, S2E38: A Tale of Two Leaders

Biden's top-down approach to government stands in stark contrast to Youngkin's grassroots approach. The president demands obedience from American citizens. He wants mask and vaccine mandates. He's sicced the DOJ on parents who disapprove of leftist ideology being foisted on their children and who've chosen to speak out forcefully against them. The Biden regime wants you to associate these people with domestic terrorists.

LR Podcast S2E34: Good for whom?

Though the altruistic approach seems good on the surface, even to theists, especially Christians, upon further reflection on how this value actually plays out in the real world, one can see the cracks in the secular altruist's argument.  Mainly, how do we define what is good for all of society? We as individuals, cannot determine what is best for society, for we can never have a complete enough picture of what society most needs, at least not to a moral certainty. Moreover, is the simple fact that no individual can act on behalf of society.

Good for Whom?

Altruism seems good, even Biblical, but cannot serve as a code of ethics. The problem with altruism isn't that self-sacrifice is bad, it's that it allows society, not the individual, to make the call on who is required to sacrifice their own best interests and why. Society is the majority, and altruism makes one's actions subject to the need of the collective.

LR Podcast, S2, E33: “Some of the time,” has ended.

They don't know if “Build Back Better” is better, but they do know that you can't spend trillions of dollars and not cause inflation.  They know that they were lied to about Russian collusion, Kenosha, and Jussie Smollett being the victim of a hate crime. What else have they been lied to about? they wonder.