"A Gabbard presidency, if she doesn't go the way of JFK, would inevitably end in less foreign intervention, but far greater domestic intervention. Many argue that this will happen anyways. Unfortunately, this is so. However, I believe it will come at a much quicker pace under Gabbard."
"The way that we settle abortion is by figuring out how to uphold both sets of freedoms at the same time."
"War is a terrible thing. It is commonly said that military action should be the last resort, yet it is not treated that way." On this anniversary of D-Day, let us remember the sacrifices made and the horrors face by those caught up in war, and the atrocities that inevitably follow its wake.
"The first thing we need to address here is why two-party voting structures form in the first place."
"Appearing uninterested and struggling to even talk about climate change does not make our movement, and libertarianism as a whole, look good."
"One of the things I find refreshing about libertarianism is that it doesn't make you feel as if you need to control others because of your own moral failures and guilt."
"Instead of mutual aid, the dominant social-welfare arrangements of Americans have increasingly become characterized by impersonal bureaucracies controlled by outsiders."
"Politics and economics have always had a connection since the day they were created, but in 21st century the rise of globalization gave a whole new meaning to it."
"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 issue of dogmatism is one that we firmly believe is at play in the current political climate, but rarely do we bother to shift that mirror towards ourselves to see if we too are not guilty."