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The Death of the Church

"The church is dead and its beliefs so diluted by social pressures and self-interest that no significant incentives, strong enough to create action, remain to act as a meaningful agent of change in the world today."

War Against The War On Terror

war on terror
Yesterday, millions of Americans cheered on as John Bolton was forced to resign from his position as National Security Advisor in the Trump cabinet. Bolton was considered by many to be hawkish and has even been called an outright warmonger. Today honors the memory of the famous attack against the United States in New York that kicked off the...

Price Gouging Isn’t The Evil It’s Treated As

price gouging
As hurricane Dorien makes its way towards the East Coast, we’ve begun to see the regular preparations get underway. People boarding up their houses or evacuating, businesses shutting down early, 24-hour weather network coverage, and, of course, the prices of basic commodities rising. These price increases on things like water and fuel are most commonly called “price gouging” and...

The Death of the Sock Account

sock account
"If you currently own a sock account, I recommend you save anything you don't want deleted. Yesterday. If your identity gets reported, or the AI system flags it, your profile will be toast in ten minutes."

Liberty is the Solution to Extremes

"Liberty is neither vindictive nor is it about moral crusading. Liberty is the only answer to the extremism being offered by the left and the right in our society."

In Defense Of A Free Market Of Cultures

Free Market, Culture
Free market capitalism has been, is, and likely always will be a staple of the Libertarian Party’s platform and, more generally, a key aspect of Libertarian political ideology. In the Libertarian Party’s 2018 platform publication, the Libertarian Party says as much in their Statement of Principles, which, for obvious reasons, is one of the best one-stop summaries for Libertarian...

How Zoning Laws Squash Alternative Lifestyles

tiny house, zoning laws
You’ve probably heard of the “tiny house” movement.  For freedom-loving people, the movement is admirable:  People are choosing to forego the tradition of spending a huge fraction of their income to own and maintain a full-sized home, instead opting for a tiny house of about one to four hundred square feet, plenty for the basic essentials of living.  This...

Keynesian Economics Are Doomed To Fail

Keynes keynesian
Our country was initially founded on the principles of limited government, individual rights, and personal responsibility. These principles, obviously, were meant to give more economic freedom to the individual to undertake, create, stimulate and innovate. However, since the Great Depression, this vision of personal responsibility has drastically changed. It has primarily changed economically with the economic theory of British...

Robinson Crusoe Economics

Robinson Crusoe
When we first start reading into libertarian philosophy, we see examples of how things currently are, and the benefits, both practically and morally, that come from removing levels of state interference. We see arguments for the reinforcement of our rights, and clearer definitions of what rights we do and do not have. One of the most influential and reused...

Instagram & Mental Health: Exposing Pink Capitalism

I’d like to start this article off by saying this: as the vast majority of people that come here to get information, I fully respect the right for private companies to do pretty much whatever they want with their companies. That being said, many people say that as an attempt to deflect criticism that’s well earned. That red herring...

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