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Why I Haven’t Shut Down This Blog

I’m in a blunt mood, so bear with me. After Charlottesville, I was “this” close to shutting down this blog. I wanted to close it and pretty much never discuss politics again and focus on other personal endeavors. It’s not … Continue reading

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Why The Libertarian Movement Is Dead

The libertarian movement is dead – and “libertarians” killed it. Continue reading

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You’re An Idiot If You Don’t Do This

To celebrate the fifth year anniversary of starting Liberty Classroom, Tom Woods is offering the life-time membership – normally $597 – for only $298. You read that correctly. $298.  But only for today. Plus, you get signed copies of his … 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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Why Yes California Will Be A No-Go

Tom Woods’ latest blog post goes through the hilariously pitiful spectacle that is the California secession effort. Because Yes California is a leftist organization, even when it’s right it’s wrong. The group claims it could not secede from the Union … Continue reading

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Defining Cowardice

Inasmuch as I find the whole Confederate flag controversy to be worthy of nothing more than an eye roll, at the same time I happen to also believe it has a silver lining. It is during these cause célèbres we see … Continue reading

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Setting the Record Straight on Libertarians and the Southern Confederacy

As the saying goes, if I got a dime every time libertarians got accused of supporting Southern slavery, I’d have to pay the highest income tax bracket in the country. The statement taken by itself is baffling; how can libertarians, people … Continue reading

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