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What Is Bicycle Day? Albert Hoffman and the Complicated History of LSD

On April 19th, 1943, a chemist working for Sandoz pharmaceuticals took an experimental drug he had synthesized 5 years earlier. 250 micrograms of a...
Syrian Civil War

The Constitutionality of War: Who Really has the Authority to Send American Troops into...

Following President Trump’s decision to lob missiles into yet another sovereign nation that hasn’t attacked us, talk has turned again to the legality of a...

Freedom of Speech is for Pugs Too – The Count Dankula Case

It’s happened - a person is facing jail for making a joke. The predicament Count Dankula faces, being tried and convicted of a hate...

The Gun Problem Policy Created: Analyzing America’s Recent History of Gun Violence

We’ve reached a fevered pitch on the gun control topic lately, and I think it’s fair to say it’s for good reason. The Parkland...
Racist or Libertarian 2

Racist, or Libertarian; Pick One – Why Racial Prejudice is Not Compatible With Libertarianism

Why Racial Prejudice is Not Compatible With Libertarianism There is a frustrating trend among libertarians, to create criteria that exclude others from their own interpretation...
Failures of the government

The Elephant in The Room: The Failures of The Government

People have been pretty quick to advocate a lot of things in the wake of recent events. Surprisingly enough, the one common trend among...

Uber Vs. Vietnam Railways

The little image of the car on the map seemed to be sitting at the junction for a long time. What was my Uber...
Rent is Theft is Theft

“Rent is Theft” is Theft

There has been much debate and controversy in libertarian circles recently over the concept of private property, with the ideas of rent and landlordism,...
Books and Education

When Education Isn’t

Since the early origins of the state, it's rulers have always sought to ally itself with the social class of intellectuals to bolster the...
Ron Paul

Why Ron Paul Still Matters

I have a confession to make: I haven’t always been a Libertarian. While I had always considered myself a “small-l” libertarian, the truth is...

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