Topics - Horse gets "legal" justice, Bill Weld "The Original" Libertarian
Horse gets "legal" justice:
This is going crazy. Judges are actually applying human rights to animals. This will soon turn into a stupidity in about five to fifteen years. Take this to the logical conclusion and one can say that these animals have the right to vote. I don't believe anyone has the right to vote unless they contractually agree to be part of a system. But that is a different philosophical discussion. Now, applying human rights to animal rights is insane. Now, it is one thing to abuse animals and be tried in terms of abusing animals. But having a person set up a trust for a particular animal for vet care and the horse suing the previous owner for the cost of fixing the horse, is insane. This will lead to a society that values animals as the same as humans. This type of thinking points to evolutionary thinking. Answers In Genesis is right when we as a society, believes in evolution. Evolution will lead to the logical conclusion that the Christian God doesn't exist and that we humans are basically a highest level of organism. So, when animal rights activist say that we are on the same page as animals and that animals can sue their owner it does stem from the evolutionary point of view. If we are going down this road to have animals having the right to vote, I would like to see all animals have the right to vote. Primarily from farms. The farmers would have a bigger say in government and that the government will be in more favor of property rights because farmers would have a bigger say. They own property so they will lean towards a pro property rights than city folks. Also there might be a more of a demand for inexpensive animals.
Bill Weld "The "Original" Libertarian:
There is some rumors about Bill Weld the VP candidate of the Libertarian Party in 2016 running for the Presidential ticket of the Libertarian Party. I don't care. I literally don't care about the Libertarian Party or any political party because all politics is stupid and insane. The main issue I have with the Libertarian Party is it is a political party. Now, do they have their hearts in the right place trying to reduce government, sure a lot of them do. I came into the realization that I can no longer participate in politics, which is why I don't really want to write or talk about politics that much. I'm trying to stay away from politics as much as I can. My family and many of my friends are very much very political. I'm trying to not care about politics but I get drag into different aspects of politics and some of it is my fault. I try to turn the conversation into more of a philosophical one but I get "shut down" because my viewpoints are too extreme. Well I do give them that because everyone else is fine with trampling my rights of Self-Ownership, Property Rights and Contract Rights. These three rights basically lead me to dump the political system and not care about the political system.
What is an expat? It is a person who is living abroad typically three to six months in different countries that isn't their country of citizenship. It is much easier to be an expat than completely change one's citizenship. A lot of expats tend to live in a country for less than a year then move over to another country. The expats that been doing this type of living for years usually stick with a good three to four different countries that they rotate. This is one of the ways that people can avoid government regulations legally. In the United States, if one is living abroad and in a certain situation they can not have to pay any federal income tax under $100K. I'm not exactly sure what all that in tails but it can be done and people have done it where they don't pay US federal income tax. It is interesting to live abroad, I plan not to do any living abroad lifestyle for the next five to seven years because I would like to see my portfolio pay my bills in the United States. I'm open for options to live abroad but I don't plan to any time soon. Unless my cryptos gain a good 200x in the next two years or so. Then I would have enough to be financially free. But I can't really rely on that so I have to assume I can do it in five to seven years.
Is the expat life a good lifestyle for a Christian. It depends on how one does it. Now, one can live an expat lifestyle that is self-centered. But living a expat lifestyle to help fund different Christian organizations and/or help support some local churches that are in need of some funding in the areas that one is living at then it can be done in a way that isn't that self-centered. So, a lot of expats does is live in three or four different countries and rotate between the countries. If one is an American citizen, is able to not pay federal income tax then that money can be used for Christian purposes. Now, it might be suggested to have a "home" church in the country one citizenship of. One can be a non-financial missionary (self funded through investments).
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