Dead & Jailed Journalists: Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year

"These are just four examples of how journalists have faced harassment, threats of imprisonment and even threats upon their lives for reporting injustices committed by government around the world. A free press is vital in ensuring governments remain accountable to their people. When journalists are not allowed to act independently and perform their jobs accurately, government corruption remains hidden from the public."

Comic Economics Part 3: Comics Today

There has been a lot of uproar about comic books over the last two decades. Fans have been on a wild ride, especially if...

Comic Economics Part 2: History Of The Comic Book Shop

There has been an ever vast growing debate on when and where the first comic book shop opened up. I am not here to...
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bad faith

Bad Arguments Vol. 25 – Bad Faith Arguments

"If the goal was as stated, open discourse, then we wouldn't fall into the trappings of fallacious arguments. It is the secondary desire to win or to humiliate that perverts the discourse. It also leads to the inability to make corrections or accept faults in our own thinking."
race realism, IQ

Bad Arguments Vol. 24 – Race Realism

"Today I wanted to touch on a touchy topic for many: race realism. Those two words are likely to get some people's backs up immediately and get others excited thinking I'm going to say exactly what they want to hear. Honestly, I plan on satisfying neither groups."
capital punishment

Capital Punishment, Libertarianism, and the Non-Aggression Principle

"A term so downtrodden that it had to be neutralized to “capital punishment.” This faction of morality has superseded generations, and is still in and out of the political sphere today. Neither Left nor Right can collectively figure out the proper stance. Even libertarians are divided on this issue, but for us it comes down to one idea. Does the death penalty violate the non-aggression principal?"
tax the church

Bad Arguments Vol. 23 – Tax The Church

"As libertarians, we shouldn't be advocating for additional entities to be taxed. Saying we need to tax the church is no different than saying we need to tax any and everyone. Even for non-libertarians, this argument that we need to tax the church would only realize most of your fears of having the separation of church and state dissolve."
Principles

Bad Arguments Vol. 22 – Principles Vs. Pragmatism

Find yourself arguing in favor of liberty, economics and any other political issues popular in current discourse? Well, bad news. You’re doing it wrong....

Libertarian Hubris: A Reflection On The Party

From its roots in Classical Liberalism, its founding as a party in the US in 1971, and it’s long history of thoughts and ideas...