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Judge Andrew Napolitano In Consideration For SCOTUS

By | December 15th, 2016|Liberty, Politics|

When I saw the list of 21 possible Supreme Court Justices to fill Justice Scalia’s vacated seat after he died in increasingly suspicious circumstances, one name stood out. Not because this name was on the list, but because it wasn’t. The name of Judge Andrew Napolitano, a dear friend of [...]

A Libertarian Enlightenment

By | December 8th, 2016|Liberty, Personal Growth, Politics, Thoughts|

Sometimes we forget that this isn't a libertarian country, so a libertarian policy might not be the best. A lot of our arguments require that large parts of society already be fully libertarian as well, or it just wouldn’t work. Unfortunately that is not the world in which we live. [...]

“It’s a trap.” Anonymous Declares War on US

By | September 29th, 2016|Liberty, News, Politics|

“It’s a trap.” Admiral Ackbar in Star Wars. That was my first reaction as I watched the latest short film supposedly released by Anonymous, a meme created by a group of trolls and hackers from Bulletin Board service, 4Chan. However, I don’t think they’re behind this one. This one’s a [...]