"Judgments can and need to be made with a clear focus on the matter at hand. Most importantly, bringing up how terrible the other option is does little more than show that neither should end up in power."
As an avid firearms enthusiast, I often find myself in the middle of robust conversations about the politics and philosophy of private firearms ownership...
"He thought back on all the time he’d spent in those fields, ruining his body just to get by another day."
"What common sense is, in its own funny way, is common knowledge, no? Well, not exactly."
"The focus of the Libertarian Coalition seems instead to focus on the education side. The point of the movement isn’t to ignore the differences between the different ideologies, but rather to focus on the similarities and encourage discourse and (civil) debate between the ideas so everyone involved becomes more knowledgeable and better equipped to deal with the various forms of authoritarians that wish to impose their will upon the populace."
"The sun was not yet coming through the window next to the coffee station, but it cast the world it overlooked in magnificent relief. The University, the Library, the Art District, each framed by tall green hedges and luscious trees full of birds."
"The church is dead and its beliefs so diluted by social pressures and self-interest that no significant incentives, strong enough to create action, remain to act as a meaningful agent of change in the world today."
As we bring the year to a close we wanted to put together a list of the articles that caught the attention of and meant the most to you, our valued readers.
"The rest of the world has to toe the line and adhere to the Overton window created in the halls of American universities and in the streets of Hollywood. This is ludicrous."
"The idea of economic freedom as is used by progressives is a bastardization of the term and one that attempts to conflate abilities and positive rights with negative ones."