Choosing Between the GOP and the LP

The choice between the GOP and LP is a tough one to make. Here are the pros and cons of each.

Venezuela’s New Cryptocurrency Will be Held to an “Oil Standard”

Maduro has moved to back the Petro with its massive oil reserves.

Innovation is Being Held Back, but Who’s Doing It?

The market can easily be blamed for holding back humanity, but it is not responsible. Rather, it seems to be the state.

The Myth of the Social Contract

Taxation is theft, and no social contract was signed that nullifies that statement.

Spanish Courts Rule in Parental Authority Over Privacy Rights

Privacy is under attack in Spain.

Swarthmore College Offers a Class in “Queering God”

College classes now tell people that God may now fit into part of the LGBTQ community.

Former Soccer Player George Weah Wins Liberia’s Presidential Election

By Ryan Love | LIBERIA They say third times the charm: for former Liberian soccer star and now president-elect of the West African country George Weah, this certainly rings true. In a runoff election against the countries current Vice President, Joseph Boakai, Weah won convincingly carrying 12 of the 15 counties in Liberia. In an ...

The Military-Industrial Complex Stands as a Threat to Liberty

With the government using the military-industrial complex to strengthen its position at home, not abroad, liberties are bound to be trampled.

The Free Market of Cryptocurrency is Under Attack

We must recognize the fight we are in and look for solutions if we are to protect the rights of the individual.

Gradualism: The Best Friend of a Libertarian in a Statist World

Gradualism isn't compromising. If you continually push for your ideas, how are you compromising?


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