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Tag: Freedom

Richard Russell, Kierkegaard, and the Crisis of Modernity

Danish philosopher Kierkegaard's attitudes on the human condition and despair are largely applicable in the modern society.

Can You Solve the Lawnmower Paradox?

In a free society, property rights and contract law work with each other, but in the lawnmower paradox, they work against each other.

We Could Survive Without Speed Limits

Speed limits are immoral and ineffective, and are simply not necessary for the safety of a free society.

The Two Parties are a Divide and Conquer Tactic

Millions of Americans have fallen for the ultra-partisan divisions of the two parties and the two-party system, which have been a handy tool for government tyranny.

America Focuses On All The Wrong Problems

Humanity has progressed tremendously in recent times, yet we still have the audacity to complain about every little thing.

Social Media Shouldn’t Be Free

If users really want to be the client instead of the product they should be willing to pay for the privilege.

Santa Monica Could Soon Ban Bird and Lime E-Scooters

This Tuesday evening, the city of Santa Monica is debating whether or not to ban Bird and Lime e-scooters from their streets.

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Gary Johnson Officially Enters New Mexico Senate Race

After weeks of deliberation, Gary Johnson has accepted the Libertarian Party's nomination and is running for United States Senate.

Deism and Politics: How Deism Helped Libertarianism

Since its dawn in the Enlightenment Era, deism has been closely tied to classical liberalism, helping the movement spread liberty.

The Case for Liberty – Phil Anderson for WI

Phil Anderson is exactly the solution Wisconsin needs to their current budget crisis caused by Scott Walker and his excessive mandates.

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