Category Archives: federal government

Children Of (No) Men

In an article published by the online magazine, Aeon, Professor Howard Rachlin engages in an Orwellian thought experiment; what if all children were separated from their parents at birth and randomly given to another family? Rachlin writes (bold emphasis added) … Continue reading

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The Trump Card

I’m assuming all of you are aware of the big news that has transpired this week concerning Trump’s decision to launch missiles into Syria – a decision so at odds with his previous views he voiced so confidently on Twitter … Continue reading

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Can Libertarians Fight (And Die) For Their Country?

Sheldon Richman at the Libertarian Institute writes: Horace’s declaration “Dulce et Decorum est Pro patria mori” — “It is sweet and proper to die for one’s country” — is just what poet Wilfred Owen called it: “The old Lie.” Screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky extended Owen’s point … Continue reading

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Declaration of Dissolution

The Gandalf of libertarianism, Tom Woods says the dissolution of the United States is nigh. I’m trying to tune out politics so I can spend the weekend with my kids undisturbed. Yet I feel compelled to type this out: America … Continue reading

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Presidential Election Still Isn’t Over

Michael Tracey at Medium writes that the election may not be decided quite yet – or at least some haven’t accepted the God Emperor Elect (hehe) as such. Leading pundits and “think-fluencers” have taken to openly promoting the notion of … Continue reading

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Burning the Flags of Our Forefathers

Our President Elect Donald Trump cannot seem to keep himself out of the spotlight for long. Even before he’s taken office, he’s already garnered controversy day after day after day. Most recently, he proposed a law via Twitter against burning … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the Trumpening

  Before I start I want to reaffirm what I wrote nearly a year ago about why putting our faith in one man to fix the country’s problems through the state is a historically proven path to disaster. Now, having … Continue reading

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