Opinion

Taxation and Jesus

“Then the Pharisees went and plotted how to entangle him (Jesus) in his words. And they sent their disciples to him, along with the...

A Quarrelsome Bunch; (Why Libertarians Can’t Get Along)

The Libertarian Party and the liberty movement, in general, must contend with some potent opposition... from the dismissive nature of mainstream media to the...

Make Libertarianism Thin Again

The political battles of 2017 are about culture. Over the last decade or so, the left-right paradigm has been moving away from matters of...

The Forgotten Karl: the Life and Philosophy of Karl Hess

When talking about famous “Karls” throughout history, the likes of Karl Marx, Karl Rove, Sir Karl Popper, and Karl Benz may come to mind...

Blessed with intellect, cursed with ego – The libertarian superiority complex

Libertarian politics are vastly different from today's bipartisan politics in that it is as much an ideology as it is a political party. As...

Otto Warmbier and the Cult of the Law

Shortly before I sat down and began writing this piece, I heard the news that Otto Warmbier had passed away. Warmbier, for anyone who’s...

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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."
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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."