LR Podcast, S2E52: Season 2 Review

Season 2 of the Liberty Relearned Podcast covered a lot of ground, from Bidens expensive and empty promises, the philosophy of Ayn Rand, to Covid, fascism, and Woke Disney.  Included are clips from previous episodes of the podcast.  

LR Podcast, S2E51: Freedom and the Easter Message

Easter reminds us that just as Jesus was reborn as a higher eternal form of himself, that we can and must strive to do this same. Life and freedom are the twin gifts the Creator has given to us. As one or the other becomes diminished, their restoration, rebirth, resurrection, once started becomes a force of nature. As we will it, death gives way to life, fear to courage, and oppression to freedom.

LR Podcast, S2E44: The hot war on energy

It's official, the Russians are back on top as Christiandom's authoritarian villains after briefly being unseated by the upstart Canadians. It feels like some weird cosmic balance has been restored.  Yes, that's flippant, but it does seem that someone's freedom is always being threatened somewhere.

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.