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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,...

A Ron Swansong: Steak, Liberty, and The Great Outdoors

Ron Swanson, the epitome of the classic American outdoorsman. Stoic, frank, independent, and simple. His love for breakfast dishes, steak, whiskey, and the opposite...

Dear Arvin: A Message from a Libertarian Veteran

Dear Arvin,   In the spirit of Veterans Day, this felt like a good time to have a legitimate and respectful discussion on the subject of...
meme

Meme Crimes: The Rise and Fall of Article 13

The form of comedy that showcases the modern mindset. A meme, much like other forms of comedy, comes in many variations. Memes can make...
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...
Are we ready for Freedom of Association?

Are we ready for freedom of association?

No, this isn’t an embrace of state intervention. I’m only asking if abolishing anti-discrimination laws is something we can do anytime soon. Both libertarians...
races

Winning Races: Where We Go From Here

Make no mistake, the Midterms were a brutal day for the Libertarian Party at the polls. Incumbent state legislators who recently switched to the LP...

Losing Our Philosophy: The Benefits and Dangers of Outreach

As is often the case, infighting within the liberty movement has been prevalent in the days since the 2016 election. A cultural divide has...
antifa

Antifa Act Of 2018 Won’t Stop Antifa

Antifa protestors are under fire under a new bill listed as HR 6054 AKA “Unmasking Antifa Act of 2018.” As much as we might not...
brexit

Brexit: If There Is Hope, It Lies With The Proles

We dissidents have the impression of being a plucky minority amongst a pack of wolves. Everyone seems to be against us. But that’s only...

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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."
china

China, What The Hell Is Your Problem This Week?

This weeks roundup will be full focused on China as its been the centerpiece of news this past week. An ex-Canadian diplomat, Michael Kovrig...
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."