This is my space.

This is where I come to organize my thoughts and ideas, and where the evolution of my political ideology has taken me…and I think I’m still evolving.

If you need to pigeonhole me into some kind of identifiable political “ism”, I would tell you that I currently consider myself a neolibertarian.

You may want to ask me again tomorrow however…politics (and the world) are in a constant state of change, and so am I.

7 Responses to “About”

  1. Maggie Says:

    I very much like what you express about constant evolving of thoughts – me too! (Recently on a simple on-line political ‘identifier’ I came in as “liberal-libertarian”.) :)

  2. Steve Says:

    I very much like what you express about constant evolving of thoughts – me too! (Recently on a simple on-line political ‘identifier’ I came in as “liberal-libertarian”.)
    +1

  3. imbai Says:

    Re your recent natural born citizen piece, nice logic. Just one thing, I believe that under UK nationality law at the time, Obama could only have acquired UK citizenship from his father had he been born in the UK.

    Imbai

    1. boilingfrogs Says:

      Thanks for the response.

      Barack Hussein Obama Sr. was born in 1963, in Kenya. Kenya became a British colony in 1919, making him a British subject at birth.

      According to pre-1983 British nationality laws, Obama would not be able to access British nationality from his father if his was British by descent. Being born post-colonization made Obama Sr. a British subject at birth.

      In my opinion, that means that Obama Jr. gained his British nationality from Sr. since he met the “born a subject” caveat.


  4. Don’t stop writing. Please.

    Your last post was a couple months ago.

    I hope you are doing well, but know there are others that need to hear your voice and appreciate it.

    1. boilingfrogs Says:

      Wow…thanks for the encouragement.

      Stay tuned.

  5. John H Says:

    Greetings from Brisbane, Australia. I’ve only been blogging for about 18 months now. I find it quite relaxing to put my thoughts into words on a screen. And the new blogging platforms, both free and paid, make it very easy. Thanks for sharing.

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