Inequality, Terrorism, and Revolution

Inequality, Terrorism, and Revolution by Robert L. Kocher On various occasions I see modes of thought and expressions of those modes, which provoke wrath approaching the threshold of uncontrollability. A case in point is an article, really a church sermon, by former...

Article 28: A Problem With Guns?

A Problem With Guns? by Robert L. Kocher Few national struggles create as much fear and animosity as gun control. And few national struggles are driven by as much fear and animosity as gun control. Is there reason to control guns because “guns kill people”? Fifty...

Article 16: Freedom, Choice, and Consequences

Freedom, Choice, and Consequences by Robert L. Kocher Among the long-term consequences of the borderline-psychotic social revolution of the sixties and seventies are many common misconceptions of the nature of freedom, of what constitutes choice, and what freedom does...

Article 14: Socialism: the Forbidden Ideology

Socialism: the Forbidden Ideology by Robert L. Kocher More than thirty years ago I read a book stating, “Socialism is the myth that two people can live off each other indefinitely without either of them doing any work.” While that definition may get a laugh from those...