Hillary, Ayn Rand, and Social Justice: Liberty Videos 8/26/16 | Beaufort County Now | This is a new series of posts on Beaufort County Now which showcases various different political issue in video format. Each week, the series will post three to four political commentaries from independent video producers online. To see the previous addition of the series
President Trump is moving toward his 2024 candidacy as per all indications from his enlightening address to the NC GOP on June 5, 2021. Considering this political vector as a distinct possibility: What is your electoral pleasure as an integral cog in this Representative Republic?
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This is a new series of posts on Beaufort County Now which showcases various different political issue in video format. Each week, the series will post three to four political commentaries from independent video producers online. To see the previous addition of the series, click here.
Libertarian blogger and speaker Julie Borowski discusses Hillary Clinton's nomination for the Democratic Party, with her being the first female presidential nominee from a major political party in the United States. In this short video, Julie talks about why she thinks Hillary is not the most appropriate of role model for girls and even proposes better role models in existence. Also, she has an adorable cat.
Dave Rubin interviews Yaron Brook, who is the president of the Ayn Rand Institute also the author of "Equal is Unfair: America's Misguided Fight Against Income Inequality", a fantastic book which I am currently reading. In this segment, Brook explains Ayn Rand's life and her philosophy known as objectivism. Though his overview is brief, it helps greatly as an introduction. Rubin's interview style works great in that he allows the person to fully articulate their position, while also setting an understandable pace.
The Rebel Media reports on Oregon State University becomes the next higher education institute to require "Social Justice Training" for incoming freshmen. These courses are often criticized by free speech advocates for being a means of stifling freedom of expression, particularly controversial views. In good news, the University of Chicago recently issued a letter to incoming freshman stating that they essentially refuse to give into social justice.
Jordan Hall, the pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church in Sidney, Montana, preaches a blistering, barn burning yet biblically faithful sermon on transgenderism and transhumanism. It grabs you from the get-go and doesn’t let up. Give it a listen!