Tag Archive for 'Operaton Choke Point'

Best of 2014

by Jason Stotts Last year, 2014, was an exceptionally busy year.  I worked on revising my book Eros and Ethos and my MA in Clinical Psychology. Something about full-time grad school and working full-time, in addition to working on Eros and Ethos, hasn’t left me as much time as I would have liked to write essays […]

Operation Choke Point and the Erosion of Freedom

by Jason Stotts Today is the Fourth of July or American Independence Day. It’s a day when we celebrate the freedoms we have by enjoying spending time with our families, having barbecues, going to parades, and watching fireworks.  It’s a day when we should be contemplating what freedom is and what it took to achieve […]