"This week we’ll be diving into important federal tax changes, an indigenous tribe from First Nations expects RCMP push back, and Trudeau in hot water over a new video."
"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.
"We are currently running a trillion dollar deficit, and almost no one in Washington seems to have a problem with perpetual war (and will fight to keep it), so before this “Green New Deal,” we’re looking at $7.6 trillion. I’ve never seen anyone get better at math by spending time in Congress, but God I hope it happens to Cortez."
"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.
Yes, you read that right.
Hong Kong Yellow Umbrella movement? Yes really.
"There is an entire slew of arguments used by these superlibertarians that, while we may find them to be correct, constitute bad arguments in the political realm. Hopefully, through a few examples, I can effectively demonstrate what I mean and we can all course correct to make libertarian messaging more effective."
"I personally, despite being Jewish and from brown people, welcome their return to the Clearnet. Now if you excuse me, I feel a very long, hot shower is needed to clean the filth off of me about defending and applauding a Neo-Nazi website like the Daily Stormer"
"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."