Minority Movements in a Free Society

In a society that champions individual rights as its core value, a significant question arises when minority movements assert their collective interests. The heart of this matter lies in the fundamental requirement for these movements to present a valid argument for change. In the United States, a nation built on safeguarding individual liberties, any minority […]

From Star Wars to Schindler’s List: Threads of Oppression

Thinking About Holocausts: Historical References Politicians Destroy Life In contemplating the harrowing historical events surrounding the Holocaust, one can’t help but ponder the enormity of human suffering. The Holocaust, a tragedy that befell millions, serves as a haunting reminder of the darkest facets of humanity. It’s essential to acknowledge that the Holocaust is not just […]

Patent Monopolies: A Cloak of Deceit in Modern Capitalism

During my exploration of the realm of corporate influence, I have noticed a curious trend. The emergence of immense, billion-dollar companies, commonly hailed as the epitome of capitalism, is closely connected to a lesser-known occurrence – the presence of exclusive rights. Although we are made to believe that capitalism flourishes through competition, the truth diverges […]