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Ruff and Phillips Speak to the Success of Libertarian Party Down Ballot Wins

Ruff
"Kim Ruff is a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for president in 2020. Her campaign is dedicated to focusing on local elections and to impassion people to be the spark to reignite liberty."

Greta Thunberg and the Problem of Child Soldiers

Greta Thunberg
"The first step in solving a problem is to acknowledge that there is one. The faster we acknowledge how unacceptable this is in politics, the sooner we can all hopefully move beyond them."

What Is ‘Left’ and What Is ‘Right’?

The German liberal-conservative magazine Junge Freiheit (Young Freedom) published a  survey in 2018 about how the Germans see themselves politically on the left-right scale. The survey goes from ‘one’ (very far left) to ‘ten’ (very far right). The statistically calculated average number was 4.7 – slightly left of centre. Followers of far-left parties dared to put themselves far left on...

The Dangers of Political Radicalization

radicalization
When you're dealing with political radicalization, your perception of reality completely warps into the presentation of the narrative that you’re following. You look for boogeymen in every corner and always find others to blame for your shortcomings. You’re left with just anger, unable to see happiness or the good in things that don’t fit your narrative. You end up...

Trudeau is Proof the Other Guy Shouldn’t Matter

Trudeau
"Judgments can and need to be made with a clear focus on the matter at hand. Most importantly, bringing up how terrible the other option is does little more than show that neither should end up in power."

The Economics of Chinese Influence

Chinese
Recently there have been a number of controversies in the business sector regarding Chinese influence on US corporations. Though the Chinese influence on markets has been long, recently a few situations have been thrust to the fore. As a gamer, the most notable for me was Blizzard Entertainment’s decision to ban Blitzchung, a Hearthstone player, from the Grandmasters tournament...

Copland, the Libertarian

Copland
"Later in Copland’s life, he shifted from communism to liberalism. For minimalizing oppression from the common man, he was getting warmer, but he could have shifted even further toward even less oppression."

What They Still Get Wrong About Communism

communism
"Communism and socialism require a massive state with coercion to achieve it's ideal of the state "withering away", but it is inconvenient for modern leftists to acknowledge that their ideas initially need to be forced to be implemented… and even when that happens, they miserably fail."

Trudeau is Proof the Other Guy Shouldn’t Matter

Trudeau
"The constant decline we see with the quality of politicians is, ultimately, the fault of those that defend them."

Tulsi Gabbard on When Taxation is Theft

Tulsi Gabbard
In case you missed it, Tulsi Gabbard was asked whether she thought taxation was theft recently in campaign stop in Iowa. In this article, the man who got to ask her the question expands on why he asked her and what he thinks about the Tulsi Gabbard 2020 campaign.

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Ruff

Ruff and Phillips Speak to the Success of Libertarian Party Down Ballot Wins

"Kim Ruff is a candidate for the Libertarian Party’s nomination for president in 2020. Her campaign is dedicated to focusing on local elections and to impassion people to be the spark to reignite liberty."
Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg and the Problem of Child Soldiers

"The first step in solving a problem is to acknowledge that there is one. The faster we acknowledge how unacceptable this is in politics, the sooner we can all hopefully move beyond them."

What Is ‘Left’ and What Is ‘Right’?

The German liberal-conservative magazine Junge Freiheit (Young Freedom) published a  survey in 2018 about how the Germans see themselves politically on the left-right scale....