The Dangers of: Fiat Money

This is part 5 in “The Dangers of:” the series. In this piece we dive into the most dangerous and most common form of currency. Fiat Money is a type of currency that is not backed by a commodity like silver or gold, as opposed to hard money which uses currency that is backed by a commodity. Most developed countries are using a fiat currency … Continue reading The Dangers of: Fiat Money

The Dangers of: Collectivism

This is part 4 of the series “The Dangers of:” and in this piece we are going to talk about the rise of collectivism and diminishing individual freedom. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, Collectivism is “any of several types of social organization in which the individual is seen as being subordinate to a social collectivity such as a state, a nation, a race, or a social … Continue reading The Dangers of: Collectivism

The Dangers Of: Conflating Crony Capitalism with the Free Markets

This is Part II of the series “The Dangers of:” and today we are talking about crony capitalism and the conflation with an actual free market economy. Crony capitalism has, in recent years, been deliberately misrepresented as an actual free market economy.  A free market economy is the freest, most liberating economic ideology that could ever exist.  Crony capitalism, on the other hand, is one … Continue reading The Dangers Of: Conflating Crony Capitalism with the Free Markets

The Dangers of: “Common Good Constitutionalism”

The Dangers of: “Common Good Constitutionalism” is the first in a series I will be doing where we dive deeper into specific ideologies and the dangers that lie within. For this piece we are going to look into “Common Good Constitutionalism,” we’ll call it CGC. It’s a newer way of interpreting the the Constitution. This is a way of not taking the text of the … Continue reading The Dangers of: “Common Good Constitutionalism”