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Tax Reform Trampled by a RINO Stampede – The Lowdown on Liberty

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Last year on the campaign trails, one of the many things President Trump and other Republicans assured us was that a vote for them meant a vote for “real tax reform.” And at first glance, Republicans appear as though they’ve made good on their promise this week, passing the...

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Why Fear Change in a Broken System? – The Lowdown on Liberty

It’s already been one year since what could be the tensest presidential election in modern American history, and still, more people than ever are upset with the results of our political system today. Polls show approval ratings at historic lows, distrust in the media at an all-time high, and...

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The Non-Existence of Ethics, Journalism, and Currency – Freedom Philosophy

I’ve made several allusions to societal drift toward nothing – I find it the most horrifying plague on our society. It’s worse than the debt crisis, worse than genocide in the Middle East, worse than the environmental catastrophe, worse than the erosion of personal freedoms, worse than the non-existent...

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To Bake, or Not to Bake, Should That Really be the Question? – The Lowdown on Liberty

This week, the Supreme Court heard the first arguments regarding Masterpiece Cakeshop Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, and as you can imagine, people immediately took to social media in order to voice their opinion on the matter. And if you pay attention to pop-culture and the mainstream news,...

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Tax Reform Trampled by a RINO Stampede – The Lowdown on Liberty

Last year on the campaign trails, one of the many things President Trump and other Republicans assured us was that a vote for them meant a vote for “real tax reform.” And at first glance, Republicans appear as though they’ve made good on their promise this week, passing the...

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The Hate for GMO – The Right Engle

Why all the hate for genetically modified (GMO) foods? It seems like one thing granola-munching hippies and buck-hunting far-righters agree on is that GMOs are somehow dangerous and that everyone should go organic. The reasons for their evil (corporate greed, big government conspiracy, junk science) are varied – and...

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In Praise of GOP Tax Reform: Phasing Out Energy Subsidies

The GOP has managed to push through tax reform in the Senate, weeks after the House had voted to pass it. While the media and the Democrats are up in arms about what they believe is a terrible plan, Americans should rejoice about one section of the bill in...

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Devastation of the Forests: Government Policy Gone Up in Smoke

There is at least one entity to blame for the forest fires ravaging through California wine country, and it is not the most obvious: the government.  In 1910, deadly wildfires raged through Washington, Idaho, and Montana, costing the states 3 million acres of woodland territory. Conservationists demanded fire suppression,...

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