2012 was a good year for me. All of my family is doing great, from my youngest grandchild Zach right on up to my wife Kathy.
I retired from my regular job on January 1, which enabled me to ramp up my activism fighting for a just, benevolent, rights-respecting American society. In that regard, I became a regular contributor to The Objective Standard blog, and had a book review of Ameritopia published in the TOS print addition. I also had several letters published in the NJ Star-Ledger.
Pro-freedom activism is more desperately needed now than ever before, after the disastrous political goings-on that got Barack Obama elected to a second term against an ineffectual (to be generous) Republican Party.
Here is a recap of my 2012 activism:
Letters published in the NJ Star-Ledger
Antitrust Case Against Apple is Unfair
Extol the Individual
The Objective Standard
My TOS blog posts
My TOS Ameritopia Review
Here are a few of my favorite Principled Perspectives posts of 2012
John David Lewis, New Intellectual
Time to Minimize "Macroeconomics"
"Greed" is a Two-Way Street
Government-Enforced Organ Donor Law is Immoral, Parts 1 and 2
Jesus' Ethics Supports Expanding, not Shrinking, the Welfare State
The Social Security Injustice
Why a Government Can't "Stimulate" an Economy
Profiting from Healthcare is Moral
How You Build That
Religion and Education Should Both Be Separate from the State
The Heroes that made Sandy a Predictable "Freak" Storm
The Shadow of Marx Blankets the "Fiscal Cliff" Fight
Of course, I continue to challenge, inform, and rankle others in conversation and social media whenever I can.