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Why did I create the Celebrity Boycott List?

Posted: April 13, 2018 at 9:05 PM

I saw, heard and read about a lot of whiny celebrities during the last presidential campaign. I believe deeply that everyone, even celebrities, have the God-given right to free speech. The problem that I have with it is that most celebrities are famous for non-political reasons and yet they often use that fame as a political platform. This is something that ordinary people don't have access to. So I see all these famous people -- many of whom I have enjoyed and supported their work -- spewing their morally bankrupt, or nonsensical, ideologies and it just made me wish there was a list for people to be able to reference before they choose to go to the movies or buy a DVD or music, etc.

These liberal celebrities come out of their caves during election cycles but they also get triggered at different times throughout a given year for a variety of reasons. And again, I don't have a problem with them exercising their God-given right to free speech, but they need to realize that it may cost them a bit of fame or money when they alienate their fan-base.

My goal is to help ordinary people, like you and me, realize that they have a voice. I think we need to be extremely conscious of how we spend our money. Every single dollar we spend matters. Most people will go and see the new Avengers movie without even thinking about all of the many liberal/communist, America-hating celebrities involved in that movie. Heck, I love those movies too, but we need to understand that we are literally funding those actors to be able to promote their own liberal political agenda. We may not think our 20 dollars matters, but it very much does. When we go and spend money on those things it is as if we are paying these celebrities to feed us their ideologies. There is a direct correlation.

If everyone, liberals, conservatives and libertarians and all those in-between voted with their dollars, our commercial and political landscape would change drastically. I think many celebrities would focus on their art instead of politics.

Who Am I?

Posted: April 12, 2018 at 9:05 PM

My name is Christopher Michael. I have been working as a software engineer since 1990.

Politically, I am a constitutional libertarian. A lot of people these days don't really understand what that means. Libertarian is not liberal.

The words sound similar but they mean very different things. In a nutshell being a libertarian means I support maximum liberty and freedom and minimum government laws and intrusion.

I support the right of everyone to choose, as long as the choice or action doesn't infringe on the rights of others. I eschew the threat of violence unless it is the last resort and only then in defending my own liberty or safety or the liberty and safety of others. I agree with the non-aggression principle, and I agree with a person's right and God-given duty to defend oneself, family and friends from the threat of violence or of having their own liberty diminished.

I adhere to the principle that the US Constitution enumerates a few of the God-given rights of His children. None of those rights are privileges. The are indeed inalienable and cannot be taken away without breaking God's law, including the right of every individual to speak or express themselves in whatever way they see fit, except when that expression infringes on the rights of anyone else. NOTE: Having hurt feelings does not infringe upon your rights, or mine.

Freedom of speech is paramount! I support and will defend the right of every child of God to express themselves, even when I disagree with their expression or what it represents. I also reserve my own right to do the same.

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