Essays

Welcome to the Political Loudmouth essays page. Here you can find links to essays on politico-cultural topics of our day. So if you find yourself talking to someone about whether or not liberal ideas shaped the America we know today,  or why publicly-traded corporations behave like sociopaths, and you want to email them a treatise that’ll leave them gasping in amazement at the wisdom of your position, just link ’em to one of  the articles below. They’ll never question your judgment again! Same goes for anti-monopoly laws, constitutionalism, and many more position papers to come.  Now featuring guest blogger, Dr. William Turner. You can check out his site here.

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Guest Essay: “The Truth About Socialism”

by Dr. William Turner

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Guest Essay: “Protest is a Crazy, Liberal, All-American Idea”

by Dr. William Turner

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Guest Essay: “Labor Peace Was a Crazy Liberal Idea”

by Dr. William Turner

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Guest Essay: “Egalitarianism Was a Crazy Liberal Idea”

by Dr. William Turner

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Guest Essay: “Anti-Monopoly Laws Were a Crazy Liberal Idea”

by Dr. William Turner

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Guest Essay: “The United States of America is a Crazy Liberal Idea”

by Dr. William Turner

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Guest Essay: “Constitutional Kooks: Originalism and History”

by Dr. William Turner

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Essay: “Why Publicly Traded Corporations Behave Like Sociopaths

by PoliticalLoudmouth

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Essay: “Is There Really a War on Christmas?”

by PoliticalLoudmouth


Essay: “Are Layoffs a Crime Against the Shareholders?”

by PoliticalLoudmouth

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Essay: “Why We Should Legalize and Tax Cannabis”

by PoliticalLoudmouth

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More to come!

5 Comments

  • The Life of Shakespeare;Shakespeare was a great influence to lireatture. His life, unfortunately, is not as well-known as his works. Much of his life is based on available documentation.Shakespeare’s birth date is not known, but because records were found of his baptism on Wednesday, April 26, 1564, many believe he was born that year. He was the third of seven children to John and Mary Shakespeare.William lived with his dad. We can presume he lived on Henley Street in Stratford since records claim his father lived there.A bond certificates dating November 28, 1582 shows the marriage of 18 year old William and twenty-six pregnant Anne Hathaway.Seven months after his marriage, his first daughter, Susanna was born sometime in May, 1583. Baptism records show twins Hamnet and Judith born around February, 1592. Hamnet, William’s only son died in 1596 when he was eleven years old.In his teens, William bought the New Place. Since his father had financial hardship in 1576, William either bought the house with his own money or his father must have left money in William’s name. William might have bought it using money he made from his plays. William wrote 15 of his 37 plays in his teens.His death came on April 23, 1616. He was buried at the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford. He left most of his estate to his oldest daughter, Savannah. In his will were names of actors which I proof that William worked in theater.On his tombstone is written that he should be left in peace and a curse to anyone who moves his bones. It reads as this:Good friend, for Jesusb4 sake forbeareTo digg the dust enclosed here!Blest be ye man that spares thes stonesAnd curst be he that moues my bones.The translation is as followed:Good friend, for Jesus’ sake, forbearTo dig the dust enclosed here;Blest be the man that spares these stonesAnd curst he that moves my bones.

  • Your post about layoffs being a crime against shareholders – what a weird idea! I’ll have to thank about that one a little bit!

  • these are good reasons for the cannabis prop

    I wish more people knew that even some law enforcement types are in favor, and it’s not just some stoner party

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