Monthly Archives: July 2014
Back in the day (my college days) I loved using Facebook. I also loved writing rants in the notes section. Furthermore, my politics were neo-conservative, pro-war, and pro-George W. Bush when his approval rating was 35 percent. I also joined the … Continue reading
Several years ago I was studying the history of freedom and liberty through the Cato University’s home study course. Although the lectures are somewhat old, the voice actors who speak when quoting a certain writer or intellectual help make the … Continue reading
A news editor is suing his old employer after they fired him for writing an article on his personal blog that ran afoul of the Commissariat for External Thought Crimes. After canning him, they proceeded to publish an editorial denouncing him. What he wrote … Continue reading
It’s nearly impossible for a libertarian to go through their entire life without being asked the great rhetorical question, “If you don’t like it here why don’t you leave?” They can also put it as an order. “If you don’t … Continue reading
Look at Butler County, Kansas.
I had the pleasure of watching Judge Napolitano’s evening lecture live at Mises University 2014 as a virtual student. You can listen to the MP3 version here.
Remember the USS Maine.