A Feminist Mom’s Feminist Fail

The Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) published an article on December 20th, 2019 titled “I worked hard to raise a feminist daughter, but her racy online selfies make me feel I failed.” A dialogue between a feminist mom and her teenage daughter, the article illustrated perfectly how incoherent and contradictory feminist ideology is in practice.

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Private Marriage, Promises, and Guarantees

As I explained in the last video in this series, government can never be depended on to preserve the institution of marriage, and therefore private marriage is to be preferred. But what would it take to forge a successful private marriage agreement? What provisions should be included, how detailed need it be, and how does one avoid the snares that government has sought to use to undermine the family? Stay tuned to find out.

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This is the fourth video in my series, Defending Traditional Marriage.

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References

Are Divorce Courts Unfair to Men? (2013, June 6). Retrieved from https://www.the-american-interest.com/2013/06/06/are-divorce-courts-unfair-to-men/.

De Becker, G. (1997). The Gift of Fear: Survival Signals that Protect Us from Violence. New York, NY: Dell Publishing.

Geggel, L. (2015, August 22). Women are more likely to initiate divorce, but not dating breakups. Retrieved from https://www.livescience.com/51950-women-tend-to-initiate-divorces.html.

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Why Banning Porn is a Horrible Idea

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Porn may be an immoral and addictive behavior, but do politicians have such noble motives for banning it?

Over the past few weeks, a great debate has broken out regarding whether government should take action to ban pornography.  The debate has primarily been between small government conservatives and libertarians.

The conservatives are arguing that pornography is both a moral evil and an addictive, unhealthy life choice.  This leaves us no option but to use the power of government to ban it for the good of society.  The libertarians are arguing that pornography, even if a moral evil and an unhealthy life choice, is a victimless crime and therefore none of the government’s business.

No matter who you are, you probably have strong feelings about this issue, but even if not, this debate has far reaching ramifications that the issue of porn doesn’t even crack the surface of.

Pornography’s Problems

For purposes of argument, I’m going to assume that every talking point that conservatives have put forward is true.  Pornography is both a moral evil as well as an unhealthy and addictive behavior that will cause negative effects in the life and relationships of its users.  To be sure, there are those who would dispute these points, but for purposes of argument, I’m going to assume that they are 100% true.

That being said, what follows?  What should be done about the crisis of pornography consumption?

Government’s Role as Arbiter

The moment you accept that it is the government’s job to regulate negative behaviors for the overall good of society, you fall down a rabbit hole from which there is no escape.

As we speak, there exist politicians who have expressed their belief that traditional religious education is harmful to children and to society as a whole.  The boldest of their ranks believe that government should be able to shut down churches and abduct children from homes where their parents seek to teach them from a traditional religious standpoint.  If it is government’s job to curtail negative behaviors, and religious practice is a negative behavior, this makes perfect sense.

These political leftists are often even more fervent and extreme in their belief that religion is harmful than conservatives are in their positions against porn.  If it is legitimate for government to prevent citizens from engaging in voluntary behaviors because those behaviors are in some sense “collectively harmful” to society, what prevents leftist politicians from banning traditional religious practices once they are voted into power?

Social conservatives will, of course, say that religion is not harmful to society, but that’s exactly what their opponents are saying about pornography.  If you can justly invade someone else’s property and stop them from consuming pornography in the privacy of their own home, how can you consistently argue that they are unjustified in breaking down your door and burning your Bible?

You may genuinely believe that you know what’s better for everyone else than they do, but then again, they probably think so too.

The Sword Cuts Both Ways

The same government that can give you everything you want is a government that can take everything that you have.  In this case, conservatives would be wise to consider that the same government that can ban pornography is the same government that can rip your children from your arms and then force them to watch pornography in state mandated sex education classes.  Once you set the precedent that it is government’s job to protect you from negative behaviors, you also make government the arbiter of what behaviors are and are not negative.

Is this really what you want?

However, the broader point about whether it is the proper function of government to decide for individuals if their voluntary actions are positive or negative isn’t really what concerns me the most in this discussion.  What I wish more people would think about is exactly what mechanisms would need to be put into place in order to enforce a government mandated ban on pornography.

The Tools for Enforcing a Pornography Ban

I don’t think anyone disputes that the advent of the internet made pornography far more accessible to the rank and file.  However, whether you think this is good or bad, a government ban on pornography would entail a mechanism by which government could determine whether pornography was being manufactured and distributed through the internet, and whether offenders were watching it in the privacy of their homes.  After all, if there isn’t even in principle a way to enforce a law, the law becomes pointless.

The government could shut down porn sites that are based inside the U.S.  However, it wouldn’t have the capacity to do so to sites based outside the U.S.  With the advent of virtual private networks (VPNs) and other such constantly evolving technology, governments worldwide have already discovered that attempting to ban materials on the internet regionally is a futile endeavor.

What then would it take to enforce the ban on porn?

Expansion of Government Monitoring Online

It seems to me that the only meaningful action government could take to enforce a ban on porn would be to go the route that countries like Kazakhstan have recently tried. Government would have to require computers to be constructed with hardware and/or software already built in that gives state actors the ability to monitor user activity, bypassing encryption and other security features.

Pornography can be distributed through Facebook, and other not explicitly pornographic sites.  As such, government would need to be able to monitor all a person’s web traffic and know who is sitting behind the computer.  Otherwise, enforcement of the porn ban would be impossible.

Is no one seriously concerned about government utilizing such capabilities for purposes other than observing their citizens’ porn habits?

Banning Porn Privately inside the Home

If you believe that pornography is immoral and harmful, don’t consume it.

If you’re a parent, you should already be actively monitoring what you’re children do on the internet.  Set up a family computer and specify what times of day your children are allowed to be on the internet and what sites they are allowed to visit.  Purchase accountability software that allows you to monitor your children’s internet enabled devices.

The tools you need to protect your kids on the internet are already within your grasp, so why would you need government to protect your children?  Unless of course you believe that it is they who are responsible for your children and not you.  This doesn’t strike me as a very conservative position.

Regardless of your feelings about pornography, the dangers of making government responsible for banning it far outweigh whatever short term benefits may be achieved in a porn free society.  Everything from cigarettes to donuts can be classified as an unhealthy, and harmful behavior.  Should government be deciding what’s best for you, or should you be?

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References

Knorr, C. (2019, January 7). 5 Ways to Block Porn on Your Kid’s Devices. Retrieved from https://www.commonsensemedia.org/blog/5-ways-to-block-porn-on-your-kids-devices.

Lindsey, N. (2019, July 30). Kazakhstan Internet Surveillance Plan Involves Intercepting Citizens’ Web Traffic. Retrieved from https://www.cpomagazine.com/cyber-security/kazakhstan-internet-surveillance-plan-involves-intercepting-citizens-web-traffic/.

Shapiro, B. (2017, June 6). FASCISM: Canadian Province Wants Children Removed From Homes If Parents Won’t Let Their Little Boys Identify As Little Girls. Retrieved from https://www.dailywire.com/news/fascism-canadian-province-wants-children-removed-ben-shapiro.

The Social Costs of Pornography. (2010). Retrieved from https://www.socialcostsofpornography.com/.

Towle, A. (2015, June 10). Dan Savage: Prosecute Transgender Teen Leelah Alcorn’s Parents for Abuse. Retrieved from https://www.towleroad.com/2014/12/savagealcorn/.

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Medicine is Scarce. Deal With It!

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Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks that government can make healthcare services appear with the flick of a pen.

In a fit of genius, economist Thomas Sowell (1994) once said, “The first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.”

Perhaps it should be called the Politician’s Economic Fallacy, but in this widely shared clip, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) demonstrates just how true this is, especially with regards to industries that concern the entire population such as medical care.

The Nature of Demand for Medical Care

To be fair, there is an element of truth to what AOC says.  Every person values their own life more than they value most of the goods and services that they exchange on a daily basis.  A new computer won’t do you any good if you aren’t alive to use it, and so if it came down to choosing whether to spend your money on a new computer, or to spend it on a surgery that will prevent an otherwise fatal ailment, all but the insane would choose to pay for the surgery.

But this is hardly a meaningful observation from an economic perspective.  All this says is that under circumstances where a person’s life is at stake, they have a greater demand for life-saving medical treatment.  Whether or not you want to call a person’s life a commodity doesn’t change the fact that medical services are a scarce resource.

Scarcity Applies to Medical Care

The real cost of any medical treatment is the amount of resources needed to provide it and what other things those resources could have been used to do.  There are the chemical compounds that are used in the manufacture of medication, the knowledge and expertise of the doctors and nurses who administer it, the administrative work required to keep a hospital functioning, and so on and so forth.

Those same chemical compounds could have been used to manufacture a different medication or something else not medically related.  The auto parts used to manufacture an ambulance could have been used to build a firetruck, police cruiser, or a pickup truck.  A doctor could have chosen to go to school to be an engineer or a lawyer.  Therefore, regardless of how urgent it may be to have specific amounts of specific medical treatments at specific locations, it does not change the fact that medical services are governed by the same laws of supply and demand that govern any other industry.

The “Need” for Medical Care

In addition, matters of life and death in the healthcare industry are not always so cut and dry.  With many health conditions, there may be treatments available that could be “life-saving” but without any guarantee that they will be life-saving (dangerous surgeries, cancer treatments, etc.).  Once expended, those resources are gone, but the patient may lose his life anyways.  Beyond that, the same treatment that may extend the life of an elderly person by two years, could potentially extend the life of a young person by sixty years.

What then is the best way to distribute these scarce resources that have multiple uses?

Higher Prices Signal Higher Demand and Encourage Innovation

The answer is that if individuals are allowed to seek their own medical care based on what they are willing to pay for it, even lifesaving medical care will become increasingly affordable.  To borrow AOC’s own example, the cellphone was once as thick as a brick, with low battery life, and costing nearly $4,000.  Thanks to supply and demand and competition among providers, more than 96% of Americans now own cellphones, some 81% of which are smartphones.  The same is true with the costs of elective healthcare procedures like lasik eye surgery and cosmetic surgery.

As author Julian Adorney (2017) has stated, “Putting patients in charge of their own healthcare encourages them to be price-conscious. When this happens, service providers have an incentive to compete on price, and competition produces downward price pressure.”  In other words, when you pay for your healthcare as opposed to government or some insurance company, you decide what costs and risks are worthwhile.  This ensures that scarce medical resources flow to their most valued uses overall. Meanwhile, prices seek equilibrium where the amount of a given healthcare service demanded matches the amount available.

Government Intervention Prevents Price Signals from Working

When government steps in and seeks to cover costs for all its citizens with stolen tax money, the costs and risks associated with healthcare cease to matter to consumers, and demand for healthcare services essentially becomes infinite. But this does not change the fact that there is still a limited supply of resources, and those resources have multiple uses.  Now government must decide who gets to have what healthcare services and when, and government can never do this as efficiently as consumers.

This is why universal healthcare systems like Britain’s National Healthcare Service (NHS) are characterized by long wait times and poor service.  Even if it is true that overall costs for particular treatments are cheaper in such a system, what good does that do if you can’t receive those treatments before it’s too late?

Politicians Know That Their Empty Promises Lead to Votes

Of course, as Thomas Sowell’s quote implies, the fact of the matter is that politicians like AOC don’t make a fuss about life saving medical care out of any genuine concern for the people.  They do it to secure votes and further their own interests.

No matter how many times the government fails to deliver on its promises, and no matter how much an honest analysis shows that it can’t even in principle do so, people continue to trade in their freedom for these empty promises. Never having to concern oneself with healthcare needs again sounds good to voters but never actually occurs following elections.

When will we learn?

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References

Adorney, J. (2017, May 30). To lower healthcare costs, try freedom. Retrieved from https://mises.org/wire/lower-health-care-costs-try-freedom.

Demographics of mobile device ownership and adoption in the United States. (2019, June 12). Retrieved from https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/fact-sheet/mobile/.

Pipes, S. (2019, April 2). Britain’s Version Of ‘Medicare For All’ Is Struggling With Long Waits For Care. Retrieved from https://www.forbes.com/sites/sallypipes/2019/04/01/britains-version-of-medicare-for-all-is-collapsing/.

Sowell, T. (1994). Is reality optional?: And other essays. Stanford, CA: Hoover Press.

The first mobile phone call was placed 40 years ago today. (2014, December 20). Retrieved from https://www.foxnews.com/tech/the-first-mobile-phone-call-was-placed-40-years-ago-today.

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Female Supremacy Can’t Wait! (Equality Can’t Wait Debunked)

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Under the leadership of Melinda Gates, the organization Equality Can’t Wait has asserted that it will be 208 years before women achieve true equality in the United States. Vox Creative has created a series of videos arguing as such. In this video, I debunk the ridiculous assertions made in their video, “Why is gender equality 208 years away in the U.S.?”

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Are Gun Manufacturers Responsible for Mass Shootings?

On November 12th, 2019, the US Supreme Court rejected an appeal from the Remington Arms Company which argued that the company could not be sued for the criminal misuse of its firearms under federal law. Now, family members of those who died in the 2012 Sandy Hook Massacre will be able to proceed with their lawsuit against Remington, in which they argue that the gun manufacturer is responsible for the mass shooter’s actions. They justify this claim on that basis that the company negligently marketed a dangerous weapon to the general public. But where exactly does this line of reasoning lead to?

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Hussey, K., & Williamson, E. (2019, November 5). Supreme Court to Weigh Taking Bellwether Case Against Gun Industry. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/05/us/politics/supreme-court-remington-sandy-hook.html.

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Kate Hill’s Feminist Fail

On October 27th, 2019, freshman Democratic representative #KatieHill announced she would be stepping down from her position in Congress amid allegations of a sexual affair with her male legislative director and the publication of nude photographs and other materials substantiating separate allegations of a sexual affair with one of her female Congressional staffers. In the age of #MeToo, we’ve constantly been lectured about how utterly unacceptable it is for employers to have sexual relationships with their subordinates, as the imbalance of power makes it impossible for the subordinates to consent. However, Katie Hill, and a slew of media outlets, are now attempting to make her the victim, the only crime here being the crime of revenge porn. But what is the lesson that we should be learning from Katie Hill, and is she really the victim here?

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Laar, J. V. (2019, October 28). CA Rep. Katie Hill Allegedly Involved Female Staffer in 2-Yr ‘Throuple’ Relationship. Retrieved from https://www.redstate.com/jenvanlaar/2019/10/18/ca-rep.-katie-hill-allegedly-involved-female-staffer-2-yr-throuple-relationship.

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The Case for Private Police

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Could privatizing police services resolve many current issues with public law enforcement?

As you go about your daily life, I’m sure you’ve seen two different kinds of people wearing a badge. The first is the public law enforcement officer we’re all familiar with. Citizens pay taxes to the government in order to fund this officer’s activity, and we’re told that his department exits to protect and serve the community.  The other is a private security guard. His activity is funded by the private entity that desires his services, and his department exists to protect and serve the interests of that private entity.

While government regulations carefully distinguish between the roles and responsibilities of public law enforcement officials and private security professionals, they share a common motivation for their activities that makes them exactly the same in principle. That is that all police and/or security services, public or private, exist to protect the interests of their clients. In other words, they answer to the people who pay them, and they are held accountable only in as much as they fail to serve those interests.

In the case of private security this should be very obvious. Consider any common business where you’re likely to see private security guards.  For example, most privately-owned shopping malls employee such services.

Shopping malls employee private security because they have a vested interest in ensuring that merchandise is not stolen from their clients. They also have need to ensure that their customers feel safe and secure as they go about their shopping. However, shopping malls also have a vested interest in holding their security staff accountable.

If security guards are routinely rude and disrespectful to patrons of the mall, those patrons are unlikely to continue shopping there, and the mall will cease to be profitable. Further, if the rules that the mall asks its security staff to enforce are too restrictive and displeasing to patrons of the mall, patrons are again unlikely to keep shopping there.  The mall will again cease to be profitable, and thus the interests of the malls patrons are necessarily intertwined with the mall’s interests.

For this reason, every private security professional understands that his primary objective is to ensure that his client, in our example the shopping mall, has his interests protected. If the security professional fails in this mission, his client will quickly dismiss him in favor of a different security professional or firm that can do a better of job of protecting his interests.

But what about public law enforcement?

Undoubtedly, there are those in the community who donate their private funds to police causes, but at the end of the day, citizens are coerced into paying taxes, which are then allocated to the various branches of government by the state, including law enforcement agencies. If citizens are displeased with the police services they are receiving, they can write their elected officials and express this, or call the law enforcement agency directly and file a complaint, but they cannot dismiss public law enforcement officials for dereliction of duty as they could private security professionals that they were employing directly. The only entity that can dismiss public police officers is the state itself.

For this reason, the public police officer, just like his private security counterpart, realizes that he has an obligation to protect the interests of his client. However, his client’s interests are unique in that the state is never under threat of losing profitability because of displeased patrons. Citizens will be forced to pay their taxes whether they want to or not.

Consider then the practical consequences, when law enforcement fail in their responsibility to protect and serve the community.

In 1981, the court case Warren vs. District of Columbia was brought before the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. This case involved three women who had horrific crimes committed against them by men who forcibly broke into the building in which they lived. While two of the appellants had contacted the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department when the break-in began, dispatch and patrol officers failed to follow multiple department procedures. Despite arriving at the scene, officers did not investigate beyond knocking on the door, and then departing when there was no answer. As a result, a crime that could have been stopped within minutes of its beginning became a series of horrific crimes that lasted 14 hours.

The women who had endured these crimes sued the District of Columbia on the basis that Metro P.D. had failed to follow its own procedures, and in so doing, failed in its stated mission to protect the community from crime. However, the court ruled against the appellants stating,

“A publicly maintained police force constitutes a basic governmental service provided to benefit the community at large by promoting public peace, safety and good order. The extent and quality of police protection afforded to the community necessarily depends upon the availability of public resources and upon legislative or administrative determinations concerning allocation of those resources…” (Warren v. District of Columbia, 1981).

The court went on to say,

“At any given time, publicly furnished police protection may accrue to the personal benefit of individual citizens, but at all times the needs and interests of the community at large predominate. Private resources and needs have little direct effect upon the nature of police services provided to the public. Accordingly, courts have without exception concluded that when a municipality or other governmental entity undertakes to furnish police services, it assumes a duty only to the public at large and not to individual members of the community” (Warren v. District of Columbia, 1981).

In other words, the court was very clear that police do not exist to protect individuals. They exist to protect the state. Granted, the state attempts to hide this fact by broadcasting the idea that police exist to protect “the community” but the community is nothing more than a collection of individuals. It may be the case that the state’s interests and individual interests happen to align in many circumstances, but the fact that individuals have their interests protected by police in some circumstances is nothing more that a fortunate side effect. Whether the police officers themselves realize it or not, they are always acting in the state’s interests and will do so in any case where the state’s interests conflict with individual interests.

This is not the fault of police officers themselves, but of the incentive structures that are created by coercive taxation. There is no reason that public law enforcement services could not continue to exist as private entities. Whether individually, or as members of a neighborhood, private entities could employ private police firms to protect their own interests, just as many businesses do every day. In a free market, this would lead to competition among private police firms in which only those firms that provided the highest quality service for the lowest possible price would survive. If at any point, you were displeased with the police services being provided, you could fire your current firm, in favor of another, better quality one.

At this point, it is important to be absolutely clear that police officers themselves are not the enemy. It is undoubtedly true that many brave men and women have chosen to become police officers out of a genuine desire to protect their communities from harm. It would be wrong to dismiss the fact that police officers can and often do protect innocent people from harm.

However, when police brutality and other misconduct do occur, it is symptomatic of the incentive structures that exist within all tax-funded, state services. Because public police services answer to the state and not directly to the people, they will never have the same incentives regarding public perception and satisfaction that private security services do. Further, the state always has the incentive to use the police to further its own interests, even when that means ordering them to violate the rights of its citizens.

In summary then, all police and/or security services, public or private, exist to further the interests of their clients. As such, publicly funded police services will always serve the interests of the state, not individuals within their community. It will be impossible to quell the corruption that results from these incentive structures except via a free market solution, the complete privatization of police and security services.

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AOC’s Not So Just Society

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has made a video for NowThis News laying out her so called #JustSociety. As per the usual, the five bills and one resolution that #AOC has endorsed are a compilation of economic illiteracy and identity politics that will bankrupt the nation and lead to untold poverty.

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Poverty headcount ratio at $5.50 a day (2011 PPP) (% of population). (n.d.). Retrieved from https://data.worldbank.org/indicator/SI.POV.UMIC.

Hawkins, J. (2013, June 19). The 20 Greatest Quotes From Walter Williams. Retrieved from https://rightwingnews.com/john-hawkins/the-20-greatest-quotes-from-walter-williams/.

Agresti, J. D. (2019, August 26). The Poorest 20% of Americans Are Richer on Average Than Most Nations of Europe. Retrieved from https://www.justfacts.com/news_poorest_americans_richer_than_europe.asp.

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Hanson, V. D. (2002). Do We Want Mexifornia? Retrieved from https://www.city-journal.org/html/do-we-want-mexifornia-12236.html.

Roberts, J. M., & Olson, R. (2013, September 11). How Economic Freedom Promotes Better Health Care, Education, and Environmental Quality. Retrieved from https://www.heritage.org/international-economies/report/how-economic-freedom-promotes-better-health-care-education-and.

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The Truth about Amazon’s “Our Positions” Paper

Recently, e-commerce giant #Amazon released a document titled “Our Positions,” in which they laid out the company’s official stances on public policy issues such as the federal #MinimumWage, #Immigration, and #DiversityandInclusion in the workplace. Unfortunately, while Amazon may claim that it advocates government regulations for the good of the people, careful analysis reveals that it is doing nothing more than advocating for regulatory capture to force its competition out of the market and grant itself a de facto state enforced monopoly. In this video, Nate the Voluntaryist, Nightshift10000, and myself analyze each policy point of Amazon’s paper and show this to be so.

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