Scott Howard Phillips


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Scott Howard Phillips is studying Professional Writing at Taylor University. His passion is writing fiction, but he also enjoys writing book reviews and fighting for freedom through the mightiest of all weapons: the pen. He can be reached through his website, Facebook, and Twitter.

Most Recent Articles by Scott Howard Phillips:

A Libertarian Case for Ending Abortion

Nov 26, 2013 — Scott Howard Phillips

I’ve been drawn to the Libertarian Party for the last couple of months, but I haven’t joined it because I disagree with some of the Libertarian Party’s positions. Some of those I could live with, but there’s one issue that I can’t, because I believe it contradicts libertarian philosophy.

Why I am against the Adam Kokesh Protest

May 15, 2013 — Scott Howard Phillips

Recently a story has been going around about a man planning an armed march into Washington D.C. For those of you who don’t know about this story, I’ll briefly explain.  Adam Kokesh, a talk radio show host created an event on his Facebook page called Open Carry March on Washington.” On July 4th, 2013, Kokesh and whoever joins him will march into Washington D.C. with loaded rifles slung across their backs.

Breaking Down The Feinstein AWB

Jan 28, 2013 — Scott Howard Phillips

Welcome back to the Breaking Down The Feinstein AWB series. In this two-part series, I have analyzed the bill and presented it in a hopefully easy-to-understand format. If you have not read Part 1, then click here to read it, because it forms the foundation for this article. Part 2 is my reaction to this awful monstrosity and Constitution-abolishing bill. Like Part 1, this article will be a long read, so make sure you have plenty of time to read it.

Why what the Founders believed matters

Jan 25, 2013 — Scott Howard Phillips

A friend of mine posted a question on Facebook which got my attention. He wanted to know that why, in political debate, it matters what the Founding Fathers thought. (The context was over the current gun control debate that is raging right now.) Don’t get outraged yet, it’s a serious question and deserves a serious answer.

Some thoughts on Feinstein’s abolition of the 2nd amendment

Dec 27, 2012 — Scott Howard Phillips

Today, December 27th, 2012, Senator Diane Feinstein released a summary of a bill that would strip away our right to buy (and perhaps in the future, own) semi-automatic rifles and handguns, or as I like to call them, protective weapons. (I will not even mention what Feinstein and others like her call them, because such a term is ignorant, wrong, and completely devoid of any knowledge of firearms.) When I turned on my computer and saw this news and its details, the following thoughts ran through my head: