Month: June 2017

Libertarians: Give Up On Politics 

Originally posted on Learning Hayek:
The libertarian movement isn’t going to succeed by having a Ron Paul politician run for president. The problem with this is threefold:? They are hard…

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The Token Economy: It’s Time to be Paid for Every Single Job We Do

“In the future, many more things we do (passive or active) will be offset by a token of some sort. Likewise, governments are issuing money today, in the future companies […]

BLM’s Anti-Police Rhetoric is Viciously Stupid. Libertarians Shouldn’t Lend Our Sympathy to it.

In the winter of 2010, I became heavily involved in grassroots protesting. Looking back, it’s something I deeply regret — not because I regret standing up against policies that I disagreed with, […]

The Fed Raises Interest Rates to 1.25%

The US Federal Reserve today raised interest rates by a quarter of a point to the range of 1% to 1.25%, the second monetary tightening this year, confirming confidence in […]

‘Not a Real Libertarian’

Any public libertarian figure has been accused of not being a ‘real libertarian’ at least once. If you explore the many Facebook comment battles between libertarians, you’re sure to find […]

The Circus Presents, Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo’s back and he’s more important than ever. Here’s why…

The Case For Libertarian Gradualism

There has been much interest in libertarianism in recent years, especially among young people. Many feel like libertarianism’s moment is coming. On the other hand, the rise of far-right and […]

Minimum Wage: A Failure at Solving Poverty

We have a poverty issue in America. In 2015 the poverty rate was 13.5%, while our GDP per capita was $56,115.17. Our poverty line was $11,490 for an individual, $44,625.17 below […]

Democrats’ Russia Narrative Destroyed, Trump NOT Under Investigation

The Senate Intelligence Committee released the text of Comey’s opening statement he   gave during today’s Comey hearing. CNN and other anti-trump Democratic media, thought that Comey was, “expected to […]