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Politics and Economics: Ideology of the Century

politics
"Politics and economics have always had a connection since the day they were created, but in 21st century the rise of globalization gave a whole new meaning to it."

A Piece of Toast on Every Plate

toast
"The sun was not yet coming through the window next to the coffee station, but it cast the world it overlooked in magnificent relief. The University, the Library, the Art District, each framed by tall green hedges and luscious trees full of birds."

No, We Aren’t Immune to Dogmatism

dogmatism
"The issue of dogmatism is one that we firmly believe is at play in the current political climate, but rarely do we bother to shift that mirror towards ourselves to see if we too are not guilty."

Free Speech, Bullying, and Suicide

free speech
"Free speech has been a central point around a number of topics, but can free speech be a murder weapon? Where is the line drawn between free speech and bullying?"

NBA Draft Lottery: Winners and Losers

NBA draft lottery
The NBA draft lottery was held on May 14, a precursor to what is expected to be one of the wildest offseasons in league history. Fourteen teams were in contention for the No. 1 overall pick. While that pick is coveted every year, teams were more than hopeful for the top pick in this year’s draft. The team to...

Major Announcement: Think Liberty Launches Think Sports!

Think Lifestyle, Think Liberty, Think Sports
Hello one and all! Starting today Think Liberty is officially launching Think Sports! This is a part of our Think Lifestyle collection of content we will and have been hosting on our website for the past little while.

Lessons From the Anti-Federalists

Anti-federalists
"While the Anti-Federalists may have ultimately lost the fight to the pro-Constitution Federalists, their impact on American political history and the structure of the United States government should not be overlooked."

Ben Shapiro DESTROYED by BBC?

ben shapiro, andrew neil, politics live, bbc
While I don’t usually do this, I feel when talking about as divisive of a personality as Ben Shapiro that I need to clarify my stance on him ahead of my analysis of his recent interview on the BBC with Andrew Neil. There are many things I can agree with Shapiro on, and quite a few others that I...

The Trump-Clinton Connection

Trump
"Trump and the Clintons worked together for a long time, and it is merely a thought that they worked together on the 2016 election."

Truth is Truth

Truth
"No matter the abundance of explicit and implicit statements to the contrary, truth is in fact truth. We disregard it at our own risk."

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fallacies

Don’t Like It? Leave!

President Trump recently found himself in hot water for making the suggestion that several congresswomen should “go back” to the countries they came from...
social contract

Consent or Perish! The Social Contract Issue

"There are three primary forms of consent: implied, verbal, and written. Social contract theory relies on the former of the three forms to function."
Amash

Who Can Defeat Trump? It’s Not the Democrats.

"Regardless of the outcome, one thing is certain: if you found entertainment value in the 2016 election, 2020 is sure to be a blockbuster."