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White House Shuffle: Heather Nauert, William Barr, & More

"As the year closes, it’s no surprise to see shifting in the Administration, but it is interesting to see where it comes from."

Who Would Build The Roads: A Guide To This Age Old Question

“Who would build the roads?” This is one of the most commonly asked questions directed towards Libertarians. People tend to ask this because it seems like the construction and maintenance of roads is the most obvious reason to justify taxation; after all, if there was no state or property tax, who would maintain the roads? As Libertarians, it is important that we have...

Brexit Debate Continues: Have The Brexiteers Lost?

May’s Last-Minute Concessions To The Tory Rebels PM Theresa May has left the door open for some adjustments on the Brexit. “Backstop,” the transitional period. She hopes to win over Tory rebel backbenchers as the vote on the EU withdrawal bill approaches. It is perhaps the last gasp from a Prime Minister on the brink, as no option in this...

US Demands Release Of Two Americans From China

We are following up on a couple of developing stories as well as some new stories this week in Sri Lanka, Japan, and China. The political power plays are still going on in Sri Lanka as their dispute over who is the actual prime minister continues. Japan is continuing their military buildup as they made a move this week...

Bad Arguments Vol. 24 – Race Realism

race realism, IQ
"Today I wanted to touch on a touchy topic for many: race realism. Those two words are likely to get some people's backs up immediately and get others excited thinking I'm going to say exactly what they want to hear. Honestly, I plan on satisfying neither groups."

French Language Rally & Oil Woes in East & West

"Welcome back for another dose of news from the Great White North with the Canadian News Roundup. Going forward editions of this particular roundup will be moved to Tuesday rather than Wednesday so you get the news a whole day early! This week we cover Alberta production cuts, French language protests in the capital, and New Brunswick pushing to restart their pipeline."

Capital Punishment, Libertarianism, and the Non-Aggression Principle

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"A term so downtrodden that it had to be neutralized to “capital punishment.” This faction of morality has superseded generations, and is still in and out of the political sphere today. Neither Left nor Right can collectively figure out the proper stance. Even libertarians are divided on this issue, but for us it comes down to one idea. Does the death penalty violate the non-aggression principal?"

President Dead, GM Gone, & Election Finally Over

America loses a former president, a major auto manufacturer moves out, and the 2018 elections finally wrap up. While the last two weeks in the US were fairly busy, nothing that happened could overshadow the death of our 41st president, George H.W. Bush. Bush, who served as vice president to Ronald Reagan before succeeding him from 1989-1993, passed away on...

May Has Two Weeks To Convince Parliament on Deal

"As long as Corbyn doesn’t suggest we have another referendum, I suppose this is something to look forward to. It would have been better to have a Rees-Mogg in the opposing chair though, as Corbyn will see this as a general election campaign opportunity. Regarding the EU, his heart isn’t in one place or another - he will nail May for poor leadership."

Pakistan Corridor, Missing Photographer, & More

While Asia has seemed to be a constant landscape of human rights violations across countries that are blatantly tyrannical, this week we will see a little bit of good news. Pakistan and India celebrate the beginnings of construction of a corridor for peaceful passage of religious devotees between the nations. A renowned photographer in China, however, disappeared apparently by...

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White House Shuffle: Heather Nauert, William Barr, & More

"As the year closes, it’s no surprise to see shifting in the Administration, but it is interesting to see where it comes from."

Who Would Build The Roads: A Guide To This Age Old Question

“Who would build the roads?” This is one of the most commonly asked questions directed towards Libertarians. People tend to ask this because it seems like...

Brexit Debate Continues: Have The Brexiteers Lost?

May’s Last-Minute Concessions To The Tory Rebels PM Theresa May has left the door open for some adjustments on the Brexit. “Backstop,” the transitional period....