On this episode of Modern Day Wizards we are joined by Steve Martin, also known as Acoustic Steve-o the Human Patriot, to discuss Natural Law, Christianity and the current state of the world.Continue reading “The Human Patriot”
I’ve been pondering the question of whether Evil is a necessary aspect of life, and have even discussed it with a couple of people in recent podcasts. My current conclusion is that the answer depends largely on how we’re defining evil.Continue reading “Is Evil Necessary?”
I had the pleasure of joining James Cordiner on his podcast The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Truth. We discuss survivalism, minimalism and Natural Law.Continue reading “Hitchhiker’s Guide to Truth”
On this episode of Modern Day Wizards we are joined by Stew Passmore to discuss the current state of tyranny in the world and how to solve it.Continue reading “Solutions to Tyranny”
Today I’ll be discussing the Right to Self Defense and showing you one of the ways I personally maintain my capability to enact that right.Continue reading “The Right to Self Defense”
On this episode of Modern Day Wizards we discuss the Four Pillars of Natural Law as described by Andrew Brooksher.Continue reading “The Four Pillars of Natural Law”
In this video I’ll be answering the question, “What is Evil?”
Evil is an action chosen by an individual which they believe improves their situation, but does so at the expense of other people. Large scale examples of evil would include the decades of torture and murder which took place in the gulags of communist Russia. A small example of an evil action could be a job applicant lying in an interview.Continue reading “What is Evil?”
In this episode of Ask Cahlen I’ll be answering the question, “Is there Right and Wrong?”
In the modern world there is a lot of doubt as to whether there are objective right and wrong actions one can take. We often here the phrases, “It’s all just an experience,” and, “Nature is survival of the fittest,” from moral relativists, but are all experiences really equal, and does the current state of nature on Earth always tell us what should be or limit what could be?Continue reading “Is There Right and Wrong?”
In this video in my Natural Law series I will be discussing The Presumption of Innocence, also known as The Benefit of the Doubt.
Those of us who live in America are familiar with the phrase, “Innocent until proven guilty.” It is a fundamental aspect of our legal system, but it is actually derived from the Natural Law.Continue reading “The Presumption of Innocence”
In this video in the Natural Law series I will be discussing the right of subrogation.
Subrogation occurs when someone owes another person a debt and a third person steps in to pay off that debt for the first person. The first person now owes the third person the debt that was paid off on their behalf, though what is owed to the third person can vary depending on the arrangement agreed to.Continue reading “The Right of Subrogation”