As of Tuesday night, 82% of 28,000 respondents reported that they are considering voting for Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen. This demonstrates that many are not satisfied with the options from the two major parties, and that what once seemed a giveaway now has some hope.
"When fact-checking, it's of the utmost importance to withhold your personal views and opinions and, instead, focus solely on the information at hand. In this case, the opinion that we should be accepting of this affront simply because of the age of the law does not change that a vote was held, and the individuals we listed voted against you."
Our very own Killian Hobbs, Managing Editor of Being Libertarian and former Journalism Director of Think Liberty, has brought us something new and exciting just in time for Independence Day in the United States. Coming 4 July, Bad Arguments: A Guide to Logic and Winning Debates, the...
Trump and Xi Families
"Experts have agreed overwhelmingly in recent years that the death penalty does not actually deter crime, leaving Donald Trump's frequently touted opinion on the subject antiquated and in opposition to known fact."
"Imagine if not one, not two, not three, but four Trump staffers were caught on tape suggesting that if their candidate lost the 2020 election they would riot and burn cities down. Imagine if they were suggesting that, should he win again, we re-educate or cause physical harm or death to anyone who didn’t support him."


Misconceptions #100: A Retrospective and Self-Critique

"... if I’m going to write something that will remain on the internet, available to anyone, it has to be decent." Columnist Nathan Kreider and Being Libertarian celebrate 100 editions of Kreider's popular weekly 'Misconceptions' with a retrospective on some of the more notable installations.



Science and Technology

Why Fall Guys is More Important Than Politics – Opting Out

"The timing of this game is important - something universal, wholesome and infinitely more valuable than politics and social justice activism when the world needs a break from it. Here’s why," writes James Smith in this edition of Opting Out.