SKYLERIZED

SKYLERIZED

I am a forever young, ego-driven, radical hipster.  Investor. Objectivist for life. Instagram: @skylerized

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    Published 14 days ago
    Reason First: Can Rationality Prevent Murder?

    Reason First: Can Rationality Prevent Murder?

    In the amount of time that it took to stab his girlfriend to death, Rondell Veal could have talked out his emotions. Instead of killing her, he could have employed reason and allowed those feelings to take a backseat. Sadly, none of this happened. Veal’s sentencing of 33 years in prison after serving two years already due to the 2017 homicide of Sherrie Campbell seems to be light. What could’ve prevented this first murder in three years in the city of Newark, Delaware? (A 2014 botched robbery saw the slaying of Marcus Johnson.) The application of logic and the understanding of safeguarding human life and actually thinking before one acts would have been the keys to a more conducive interaction.
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    Published 17 days ago
    Reason First: Why Is Drug Prohibition Still a Thing?

    Reason First: Why Is Drug Prohibition Still a Thing?

    When will the insanity stop? Another young man of color, named Japree Ayers has been arrested not for robbery, rape, or homicide or any other violation of individual rights, but for drug possession and intent to deliver among other charges. His mother, Rosalyn Ayers, is on the lam for similar charges. Japree Ayers of Laurel in Sussex County, Delaware, is the latest case in the miserable track record of the feigned “War on Drugs.” One can only seek the complete dismantling of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Food and Drug Administration and the thousands of drug units at police departments across the country and even more around the world. Over some marijuana and heroin, this young man may now face time in prison. Where’s the justice? How many people did he physically perpetrate force against on his way there? While his mother may be currently evading the clutches of the law, Ayers will be looking at some considerable numbers. Possibly, if he gives up his own mother, he may do less or no time at all.
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    Published 18 days ago
    Talking Brook: 'Yaron Brook Show'

    Talking Brook: 'Yaron Brook Show'

    Economy and state ought to be separated, according to Dr. Brook. The fact that the bureaucrats lambasted Mark Zuckerberg demonstrates this ideal. There are few things that “piss” off Dr. Brook like government asking pointless and stupid questions. Dr. Brook finds that Zuckerberg doesn’t understand many things about free speech, but that does not take away from the young man’s brilliance. The Congress People who blew their lids against one of the most productive minds in human history posed the most asinine and unrelated queries. The Libra foundation has a white paper or an outline of various ideas that lets private individuals know what the currency will entail. Zuckerberg is touting the Libra to further expand his business, and create more wealth for himself. Is this what the Congress People wanted to hinder, or even halt? The competition is fierce on the web, as sites like Google and Amazon go head-to-head to track the production and consumption actions of individuals. Facebook wishes to create a type of money to allow for the free flow of the innovative currency in the market.
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    Published 18 days ago
    Reason First: Should Law Enforcement Act as Mental Health Care Professionals?

    Reason First: Should Law Enforcement Act as Mental Health Care Professionals?

    In opioid and heroin usage cases in New Castle County, Delaware, the police have devised a plan to curb the amount of injuries and deaths associated with using certain narcotics and the abuse of prescription drugs. While it would seem odd for an officer to carry a gun and drugs, it’s already happened in other cities. Police often are armed with both a pistol and a canister of naloxone. But what is more disturbing is the fact that they must now become physicians and psychiatrists on the beat. This is unacceptable. The role of police officers is to protect individual lives and property of the citizens of a given area. They are not shrinks with a badge. It is totally improper for the police in New Castle to become healthcare officials.
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    Published 20 days ago
    "Talking Brook: 'Yaron Brook Show: Harvard & Race, Trump & Impeachment'"

    "Talking Brook: 'Yaron Brook Show: Harvard & Race, Trump & Impeachment'"

    Two topics tangle with each other in this offering of The Yaron Brook Show. The Students for Fair Admissions claimed that Asians had a quota, and the policies behind the politics of the Trump impeachment. Dr. Brook lasers in on the idea that Harvard is accepting smaller numbers of applicants even though a greater amount of students apply to go to the Ivy League university. Dr. Brook agrees that Harvard should have the right to have whatever system it chooses to use as a private school. He says that parts of the Civil Rights Act ought to be redacted out of the law of the land.
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    Published 20 days ago
    "Talking Star: 'The Star Report’”

    "Talking Star: 'The Star Report’”

    Star shines at the outset of the show with a question about squabbling in a mall. Mr. Torain wants to know who assisted the young woman to the mall. He also wants to know if there is a heterosexual adult mixer down in the Atlanta area. The other topic includes Steve Harvey’s daughter Lori Harvey, who allegedly tried to flee from the scene of a collision. Some guesswork comes into play on Star’s part as he says that Harvey must have said about his daughter that “God will handle this.” Mr. Torain would like to know if Lori tweaked on a substance prior to getting behind the wheel. He declares the exit of Bucwild from the rehabilitation “program” a “nightmare.”