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"Thirty years had passed since the walls went up. They’d been celebrated within the Black City. Each white brick laid was one step closer to safety."
"In the libertarian realm, it’s our general failure to acknowledge the emotional aspects of both our opposition and more importantly those we wish to convert, that leads to our arguments falling short in the public eye."
In today’s economy, it is easy for the youth of the United States to feel stuck in a rut when it comes to the...
The NFL and Colin Kaepernick reached a legal settlement on Feb. 15, likely bringing an end to the NFL’s kneeling saga. Kaepernick, the former...
"Either way, its good to finally see some big moves towards some actual competition for Valve and their Steam storefront. They've been becoming stagnant in recent years by allowing very poor quality games into their store as well as dragging their feet by developing a much-needed interface update for their storefront." Writes Malcolm Ault.
This is an excellent guide on how to get into writing articles and expressing your views to the world.
"It’s not mayhem in our house. We have two main rules- don’t hurt each other and don’t take their stuff. If this happens (and it does…a lot) they work to solve the problem on their own. I don’t prescribe to the Appeal to Authority model of discipline. My goal for them is to be able to produce their own way to handle their issues. And it does work." Writes guest Author Victoria Smith on the topic of her parenting style.
"As libertarians, I believe we should be looking for peaceful solutions to the issues that will surely arise from a decrease in government and subsequent rise in liberty: violence shouldn’t be the response from the starting line. The NAP is a good foundation, but to create a just society, we need doors, windows and a roof built on that foundation."
"The only true difference between regular theft and government-sponsored theft, taxation, is that the government has a monopoly on the use of force. Not even Robin Hood had the power to use this type of force, even if he wanted to. But the medieval rulers of his time did."
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