Category: Philosophy

The Haitian Revolution and Classical Liberalism

The impacts of the slave revolt in Haiti on liberalism, and many other aspects of power.

The Fallacies Of Collectivists

An exploration into where the collectivists have and are still going, wrong.

OPINION: Trump Needs to Stop, from a Trump Supporter

A Trump supporter's opinion regarding where Trump is succeeding and where he's lacking.

OPINION: In Favor of Radical Libertarianism

Maybe it's time for the liberty movement to take a page out of the left's strategy book.

Civil Discourse Is Dead. Let’s Revive It.

I fail to notice the consequences of perception. When I assert my political opinion I let it become me. This is inherently a mistake.

OPINION: A Short Refutation To “Democracy is Failing, And Here is How We Fix It”

By Guest Contributor In the essay "Democracy is Failing, and Here is How we Fix it," the author makes two claims: (1) democracy is failing because it subjects citizens to a bad method for choosing which rules should govern society and (2) libertarianism is the solution. The cited bad method used by democracy is the ...

Why War With North Korea Simply Won’t Happen

71 Republic Reporter Griffen Smith explains why nuclear war, especially with North Korea, is an extremely unlikely possibility.

Foresight? Who needs it?

An exploration into the relationship of the entrepreneur and the phenomenon of time preference

These 10 Places Could Become the World’s Next Countries

A list of 10 areas which may soon be sovereign states.

From the Editor: Common Sense Isn’t So Common Anymore — Here’s Why

Senior Editor Roman King returns from nowhere with an article on common sense.