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Tag: Democrat

Libertarians Should Support Wisconsin’s Lame Duck Bill

The Wisconsin State Legislature is trying to weaken the powers of the state government, making it harder for the Democratic Governor-elect to make change.

A Lesson for The Left Wing on Guns

By Kevin Damato | United States The Lesson Recently, I was praised by my one of my peers for my handling of a heated debate with a student on my campus who disagreed with me politically. At first, I was confused and didn’t view myself as doing anything special. But after further analysis, my eyes ...

The Tyrannical Nature of National Debt

The next generation will not have voted in their congressional representatives, yet will still have to deal with the debt crisis they are creating.

A Lesson for The Right Wing on Guns

Political divisiveness in America is well exemplified by the behavior of both "the left" and "the right" on guns, with little communication truly occurring.

The Hidden Tyranny of Bipartisanship

By Jack Parkos | United States Amidst the 2016 general election and the 2018 midterms, the word "bipartisan" was thrown around quite a bit. This occurred as people called for unity of Democrats and Republicans during times of heated political discourse. Many people voted for candidates who they deemed more likely to "reach across the ...

Bad Legal Precedent Used to Challenge Maine Election Result

The incorrect ruling of Baker v. Carr will be used to challenge the results of a ranked choice voting election for House District 2 in Maine.

Liberate the American Public By Voting Third Party

Children vote for colors, adults for ideas. Liberating the American public from political bondage starts by voting Third Party.

Politicon 2018 Recap

Joshua D. Glawson was in Los Angeles for Politicon 2018. While there, he met with several libertarian figures and interacted with many political voices.

Does the Two Party System Make Any Sense?

The two-party system leaves voters with few options, as although the Democrat and Republican Parties seem to differ, Authoritarianism is at their core.

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Why Is Big Government Popular in Urban Culture?

By Michael Sutherland | United StatesAmerica is known for its pluralistic culture with a diverse selection of subcultures. Many call this the "melting pot". However, a more accurate analogy would be a societal salad bowl: the coexistence of numerous subcultures creates the broader culture as a whole. Keep in mind that this analysis of subcultures ...

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