Author Archives: DarkKnight3565

About DarkKnight3565

A graduate of Rutgers University, DK enjoys music, movies, comic books, and political discourse. Follow him on Twitter at @DarkKnight3565.

God Don’t Never Change: Same-Sex Marriage

t does not seem that long ago that I was in a distinct minority in arguing — inspired no doubt by some noted libertarian, though whom I do not recall — that government should avoid being involved in defining what … Continue reading

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The “Ridiculousness” of Ben Carson

n Wednesday, March 4, Dr. Ben Carson answered a question in such a way that it may have not only effectively ended his presidential campaign, but called into question his intelligence as well. Asked on CNN whether homosexuality is a … Continue reading

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Why Obama Doesn’t Love America

he Left hates to have their patriotism questioned, regardless of how much contempt they openly display of it. They can call it “a congenitally racist country,” as The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates did; or say that “We began America with genocide, … Continue reading

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The Rise of Anti-Semitism in the West

n Sunday, February 15, 2015, almost immediately after a Jew was murdered outside of a synagogue in Copenhagen, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu posted a Facebook message that amazed much of the world: “Radical Islamic terror struck again in Europe, … Continue reading

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When Will a $400 Billion Deficit Be Considered Bad News?

One of the economic facts that President Obama touted in his 2015 State of the Union address to demonstrate that his “middle class economics” policies are working, is that “our deficits [have been] cut by two-thirds.” This has been a … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Man

The Forgotten Man, Amity Shlaes’ famous history of the Great Depression, actually takes its title from another book, which was written by libertarian philosopher, William Graham Sumner, and titled What Social Classes Owe To Each Other. Published in 1883, Sumner … Continue reading

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How Much is Obamacare Going To Cost Us, Anyway?

It is a tribute to President Obama and his allies that we are entering 2015 without a clear idea of how much Obamacare will cost us. It was the President after all who said as a presidential candidate in 2007 … Continue reading

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Blood On Their Hands

ccording to a recent Gallup poll “the percentage of Americans naming ‘race relations’ or ‘racism’ as the most important problem in the U.S. has climbed dramatically to 13%”. This is the highest figure Gallup has recorded on this question since 1992, … Continue reading

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The Morality of Torture

ecently, Senator John McCain — a politician I respect and whose presidential ambitions I supported in 2008, 2000, and even 2004 — spoke passionately on the Senator floor on the topic of torture. It was a speech prompted by the … Continue reading

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Why Is Income Inequality So Important?

o economic issue means as much to the Left as income equality. As President Obama said in the 2012 State of the Union address, “No challenge is more urgent. No debate is more important. We can either settle for a … Continue reading

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