Category Archives: free speech

Google’s Underground Resistance

In my last post I discussed the imbalance in regards to property rights that occur in society and how this makes it difficult to properly apply libertarian philosophy. This is where person A’s rights are fully respected, but he does … Continue reading

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Politicking on company time

In a recent video, RamzPaul highlights leftist hypocrisy when it comes to the ability of employers to fire their workers for their political activism. Following the Charlottesville debacle, many of the attendees were doxxed and then terminated from their jobs. … Continue reading

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‘Muh Hate Speech – Be Careful What You Wish For

RamzPaul is one of my favorite people to follow on Twitter. Not only is he smart, but he has a razor-sharp wit that condenses a 1,000 word essay I might write into 160 characters or less. Denying the Holocaust in … Continue reading

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What Ann Coulter’s Canceled Speech Tells Us

Ann Coulter was scheduled to give a speech at Berkeley, but had to cancel at the last minute shortly after the Young America‚Äôs Foundation (YAF) yanked their support due to overwhelming threats of violence from leftists and a lack of … Continue reading

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Preventing The Reaction

Why libertarian criticism of the Alt. Right falls on deaf ears. Continue reading

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Leftist Solipsism

Listen, if you dare. In a recent essay I discussed the dualistic political strategy the Left employs. Today, I want to discuss leftist solipsism and how it explains their incapacity to see the irony in their opposition to men such … Continue reading

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Political Dualism

In recent years, many writers have focused on what impacts, influences, or shapes a person’s political views. Anonymous Conservative has championed the theory that conservatives and liberals evolved through an R-select or K-select reproductive strategy. I want to explore something … Continue reading

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