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Combatting Sex Crime Requires Changing How We Police – The Lowdown on Liberty

It seems like not a week goes by anymore without an outcry for change in one area or another. Always followed inevitably with a catchy hashtag going viral throughout social media, giving off the impression that something will finally be done to right these obvious injustices. This week’s centered...

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America’s 21st Century Manifest Destiny – The Lowdown on Liberty

If you’ve ever paid attention in your high school history class, chances are you’ve heard the term Manifest Destiny before. For those who don’t know, Manifest Destiny is a term first coined in 1845, describing an attitude amongst Americans that, not only could the U.S. eventually stretch across to...

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Philosophy

Hoppe’s Speech on Libertarianism and the Alt-Right

Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s speech on libertarianism and the alternative right was highly anticipated. Because Hoppe is so misunderstood and an acquired taste, I wanted to dumb it down for the common man to understand. The following is a breakdown of each talking point: Hoppe specifically says he wants to talk...

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A Scientific Defense of Libertarianism

Libertarians often pride themselves as harboring the most consistent political philosophy – after all, freedom is nearly-universally accepted as an inherent human right. How human rights came to exist is a centuries-old tale from the enlightenment writings of Kant to Thomas Jefferson’s famous Declaration of Independence. The most recent,...

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Jordan Peterson Is A Bit Of A Dumbass

I’ll begin with conceding that Jordan Peterson has an important message. He supports free speech and this is fantastic, and it’s fantastic at a time when that particular brand of fantastic is much needed. He supports critical thought at a time when critical thought is likewise desperately needed. There’s...

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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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Israel Discovered American Breaches Caused by Russians

It is being reported by media agencies that US cyber breaches utilizing Kaspersky Lab antivirus software, used by 400 million people globally including US government agencies, was discovered by Israeli intelligence officials. Apparently two years prior Israel had breached the Kaspersky network and warned US intelligence officials of Russian...

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North Korea’s New Russian Internet Connection

Internet analysts at Oracle, Dyn, and John Hopkins North Korea Monitoring Project (known as 38 North),  have spotted a new connection in Internet routing databases for the North Koreans via the Russian, state-owned telecommunications company, Trans TeleCom around 5:38 pm Pyongyang time Sunday, October 1st. This appears to be...

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A Scientific Defense of Libertarianism

Libertarians often pride themselves as harboring the most consistent political philosophy – after all, freedom is nearly-universally accepted as an inherent human right. How human rights came to exist is a centuries-old tale from the enlightenment writings of Kant to Thomas Jefferson’s famous Declaration of Independence. The most recent,...

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