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About The Author

Arthur Cleroux is an individualist who balances his idealism with a desire for an honest, logical and objective approach to politics and political issues. Originally Arthur found that his values aligned well with the political right; however as time went on his desire for transparency and honest discourse of ideas in the political realm led him closer and closer to the center of the political spectrum! He found that on either wing there was a strong and dangerous type of “groupthink”, where people supported unnecessary and even bad policies because of a need to conform to the party line. As an individualist with a strong understanding of the importance of what Ayn Rand called “the smallest minority on earth”, the individual; he finds himself falling very closely in line with the ideals of liberty. Arthur is a lot of things but more important than anything he is a father to two amazing children! Caring for them, making sure they know that they are now and always will be loved is his primary goal, and along with that, comes a desire is to raise them to be free thinkers, to question and study the world and why it is the way it is, and to have character and grit to do what is necessary to succeed!


"When we look for the commonalities we all have, when we try to remember that we are often approaching an issue from differing perspectives; differing and incredibly necessary perspectives, then we can start to address the issues and move forward


You might wonder how something that seems so antithetical to basic libertarian ideology could make sense, but there are a number of reasons why we would not only benefit from a bigger, more active government, but also why it actually


Jordan Peterson once said something along the lines of the fates of nations being bound in the actions of the most seemingly insignificant individual. This is not because that individual has the ability to (as a dictator) force into law


There has been a lot of talk recently about slavery, the civil war, and removing “offensive statues" (apparently the jokes the statues were telling were just too rude for civilized society…those offensive bastards). What I found curious however, was the complete


Context. It’s something that often seems to be ignored as we (in our modern information driven world) find ourselves needing to create content more and more quickly. I don’t know if any of us ever do this intentionally, but in our dopamine-fueled,


What initially attracted you to the liberty movement or to the ideas of liberty? Whether it was a foundation in the principles of freedom learned from parents or in school, a desire to be rid of oppressive bureaucracy, or a speech


  “Can we stop pretending that it’s possible to live on minimum wage.” We’ve all seen or heard this this line before. The truth is it is impossible to live, what many people have as an expectation of the lifestyle they want to

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