Category: Opinion

Virginia’s Censorship Laws May Be More Dangerous Than We Think

Virginia is violating people’s free speech.

The Death of Cinema

The falling world of movie theaters can teach us a thing or two about economics.

Rejoice, Because Net Neutrality is Gone!

The FCC's regulations have been holding back the internet. Now it may be free.

Bitcoin’s Forgotten Hero: Ross Ulbricht & The Long Silk Road

The story of a man who should be at the forefront of what it means to be a libertarian.

Politics is the Game of Sexual Assault and Immoral Action. Why Are We Still Surprised When Politicians Fit This Trend?

The political system exists on violence, so violent people rise to the top, and we are guilty of supporting this system.

Rand Paul’s Vote is About to Become Much More Powerful

Rand Paul may have just become the new deciding factor in nearly every Republican decision for the foreseeable future.

Unmarked Police Vehicles are Just Another Step into the American Police State

Police vehicles with no clarification of allegiance pose a threat to American liberties.

JSE: The New Top Prospect of Crypto

JSEcoin may be the next big thing in the world of crypto.

The Danger of Fake News

A lack of truth in the news is a serious issue, and one that must be addressed.

Where’s the Money? We Could Have Payed Off the Debt by Now

An MSU economist began to review government documents, and he discovered a more serious waste than we could’ve imagined.