Dr. Everett Piper speaks boldly and unapologetically on issues such as natural law, unalienable rights, self evident truths, and the unavoidable consequences of ideas on personal, political, community and corporate wellbeing. He challenges his academic and political peers for what he calls their “fallacious Orwellian duplicity” of “intolerant tolerance.” His commentary rhetorically confronts the reader and listener to consider issues such as freedom, justice, common sense, human dignity, sexual responsibility and moral objectivity.
Piper is specifically passionate in arguing that postmodern political correctness is really nothing more than an unvarnished ploy to consolidate power among society’s elites and to, thus, restrict the individual freedoms and rights of the general public. He claims that without an objective moral standard (above and beyond the subjective feelings and wishes of those in power) there is no freedom, there is no justice, and there is no liberty. Opinion as the final measure of right and wrong always leads to the rise of the “rule of the gang” or “the tyranny of one.”
Everett Piper and his wife Marci of 25 years have two sons, Seth (17) and Cobi (14).