In the first week of January, Tho Bishop of the Mises Institute published an article titled “Cleaning Up "Marxist Trash" is the Best Way...
"It’s a display of arrogance that imbues the content of libertarian writers, creators, and speakers, myself included. When Gary Johnson stated on the campaign trail “I do believe that the vast majority of the people in this country are libertarian; they just don't know it yet,” it is the same idea of the ideals being wonderful, but that there’s a lack of capable or influential people who can give them."
The woke mob is out for blood once again it seems as Buzzfeed has had a real weekend at the races. First, they shared...
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"Of course, not every libertarian does this, but it’s an important aspect of politics to be aware of the impression one gives their public when disseminating ideas. Am I laughing at someone because they believe public roads are necessary? Did I assume that they must not know better because they disagree with me? The political opponent may not have questioned the validity of using taxes to fund roads, but that does not mean that they are less intelligent." Writes Luke Henderson in part 2 of this ongoing series
"Despite the continuing decline of our constitutionality, I still believe in the Second Amendment. These attacks are horrific, and I don’t see a clear solution to this problem." Writes Rocky in this article original published Jan 25th, 2018
"It is the differing definitions of freedom, and the degree of government needed to protect that freedom is what separates all libertarians. Many are extremely enthusiastic about their chosen sect and want others to believe them, but we cannot let passion quench the fire of one who may match goals but have a different view of society’s organization." Writes Luke Henderson in the first of a 10 part series on what libertarians need to change in 2019.
"The current state of medicine in the US is depressing. Medical cartels rule and the people suffer as a result. Instead, I would like to transform the system so that all of the patients in the United States are treated like I was on that Time Square street. Where I was able to ride in a limo for the price of an UberX."
"I want to be perfectly clear, I’m not going to try and change anyone’s mind, I simply want to give information not otherwise known, and let you make up your mind for yourself. Anyway, let's begin."
"We have an opposition party that is conservative in name only, which are now self-proclaimed to be a centrist party that also agrees with the Paris accord and released an immigration plan that contradicts what they say in the house." writes guest author Greg Coughlan