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Tag: Politics

The Art of Pursuing Knowledge

If we want to continue progressing as a society, we must be able to develop an understanding of different views and opinions.

How Murray Rothbard Helped in Creating Trump

President Donald J. Trump can be called a right-wing populist, with the platform that he ran on in 2016 largely being rooted in the principles of Rothbard.

Laura Loomer Leads Yellow Vests Against Pelosi

Laura Loomer, a self-described conservative activist, brought illegal immigrants donned in yellow vests to protest the policies of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

An Ultra-Conservative Libertarian is No Libertarian at All

"Libertarians" that are willing to choose their personal lifestyle choices over furthering the movement of liberty and prosperity are not libertarians.

New Year’s Resolutions for the Libertarian Movement

The libertarian movement needs to evaluate what goals it wants to achieve in 2019 if it wants to expand and appeal to the American people.

The President of Brazil Proposes Arming the Population

President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil has proposed loosening up restrictions on gun ownership in an attempt to halt the rising crime rate in the nation.

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Government Overreach Increases Regardless of Party

Though compromise appears beneficial on the surface, it usually results in government overreach on behalf of both parties.

IRS To Issue Tax Refunds During Government Shutdown

The Internal Revenue Service, despite fears that the government shutdown will continue into filing season, will provide tax refunds to those who file.

Conservatives Must Move Past Donald Trump

If it is to survive as a movement and as a political force, American conservatism must reject Trumpism and return to its core values.

How to End the Loophole Surrounding Federalism

The United States Congress has, for too long, disregarded the basic principle of federalism and sees itself as a parent of the states, which it is not.

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