Carter Laren

Carter is a part-time free-lance writer and Producer Advocate. He is also a former editor and contributing writer at Capitalism Magazine, where he primarily focused on self-defense and national-defense issues. While at the University of Pittsburgh, Carter was a regular columnist for The Pitt News. In his spare time, Carter instructs both law enforcement and fellow citizens in the defensive use of firearms and is a student of the martial arts.

De-mystifying Democracy

The United States should not be fighting for a democratic Afghanistan. In fact, it should not be fighting for democracy at all--not in Afghanistan, not in China, and not even in America. Democracy and dictatorship are not rivals; they are brothers. In Afghanistan, the...

Environmentalism vs. Human Life: Stickleback, et. al. v. Man

The Center for Biological Diversity sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service last week in an effort to destroy the natural habitat of one of the Los Angeles area's most beautiful, but fragile, species. With no hard scales, thick hide, or camouflage for protection, no...

What To Do with Ralph Nader?

A few days ago, Bill Gates received a rather malicious piece of hate mail singed, "Ralph Nader." It wasn't his first. Presumably, the infamous "Consumer Advocate" left his return address off of the envelope, because someone at Microsoft accidentally opened it instead...

Pacificism Empowers Terrorism

In the weeks following the 11 September attack, organizations across the nation-- especially on college campuses--have gathered to rally in support of Adolf Hitler. They've posted signs, handed-out leaflets, and written editorials proclaiming their steadfast support....

How the New “Tolerance” Helps Sanction Terrorism

On the eleventh of September, terrorists killed thousands of civilians and leveled the most prominent structure in New York's majestic skyline, but they did not declare war on the United States that day. They'd done that decades ago. In response, Americans have...

 

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