tyrannical government

So You Think Tyranny Can’t Happen Here? by Miguel A. Faria, MD

When discussing government overreach, which incidentally continues unimpeded, or the danger of the monopoly of force concentrated in the hands of government in the way of law enforcement, especially from federal police, particularly the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF),  I’m frequently told that if one has done nothing wrong there is nothing to …

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Civilian disarmament & tyranny — A historic tale of three cities by Miguel A. Faria, MD

Depending on the level of culture and social progress, violence can take different forms in different societies. In the mid‑twentieth century, Stalin’s brutal communist government killed more Soviet citizens through privation, forced labor, and famine than soldiers fighting the Germans in World War II. In 1994, the Hutu‑led Rwandan government massacred between 800,000 and over …

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The moral philosophy of self-defense and resistance to tyranny in the Judeo-Christian tradition by Miguel A. Faria, MD

David Kopel’s monumental book, The Morality of Self-Defense and Military Action: The Judeo-Christian Tradition (2017) has not received the attention it deserves for such a well-researched and magnificently written tome. Kopel has succeeded in objectively discussing difficult and controversial topics of moral philosophy that spill into hotter political issues of armed self-defense and justification for …

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We need resignations from more officials than Justice Ginsburg! by James I. Ausman, MD, PhD

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s comments were totally inappropriate for her position as Supreme Court judge. Justice Ginsburg should no longer serve as an Associate Justice as she has forfeited her impartiality in future decisions, particularly, if Donald Trump is elected president.  Ginsburg stated on reflection that her comments were “ill advised.” By whom? Is this …

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National Gun Registration: The Road to Tyranny

Georg Hegel (1770-1831), the father of dialectical idealism, which Karl Marx transmogrified and misappropriated as dialectical materialism, lamented that what we learn from history is that man does not learn its lessons. Despite what we have learned about the deleterious effects of draconian gun control in other countries, particularly during the last bloody century, politicians …

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