Monday, June 07, 2021

Parley Articles

I am really happy to see back up on line. was the victim of a cancellation campaign from the left. Notably, Leftists had Parler's app removed from Google and Apple services and Amazon cancelled Parler's web hosting.

I've been a subject of cancellation for my entire adult. I love when people stand against the forces of cancellation. So, I've wanted to write some posts for parler to show suppport for the platform.

In my case, I have been cancelled by both the right and left.

Specifically, I believe that health care reform is the single most important issue of our generation. If Americans do not develop an alternative system for funding health care, the American experiment in self rule is lost.

I spent almost three decades trying to find people to work on the issue of free market health care reforms.

Progressives dream of nationalized health care. My research was automatically cancelled by the left.

I decided to approach folks on the right. I discovered that the rank and file of the Republican Party were receptive to discussions of free market health care reform, there was a group within the GOP that systematically undermined all debates of free market reforms.

This group, of course, is called CONSERVATIVE.

Free Market Health Care Reform would liberalize the health care market. People who had direct control over their health care resources would have greater liberty.

CONSERVATIVES hate Liberalism. Expanding liberty is a liberal ideal. Therefore, conservatives automatically oppose ideas that would expand liberty.

I realize that some Republicans will be scratching their heads. Conservatives use liberty-rhetoric, why would they be opposed to ideas that expanded the liberty of the people?

This conundrum had me confused as well. So, I decided to research the history of Conservatism and as absolutely appalled by what I found.

I've been thinking about using my account to discuss the history of Conservatism.

I will write many of the articles on the Proof of Brain Web Site.

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