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About The Author

JSB Morse is a husband, father, author, entrepreneur, and philosopher. He has recently written "Paleo Family" with his wife and previously written the political thriller "Gods of Ruin" and the spiritual fiction "Now and at the Hour of Our Death". He is editor of "The Libertarian Catholic" and can be found at jsbmorse.com.


"In a true libertarian system, one doesn’t have the right to harm even one person, let alone the broader population. And despite what the Pontiff and other anti-libertarian Christians may think, libertarianism is rooted in the theology of the Catholic


"If you’re wondering what Daylight Saving Time does to toddlers, it’s akin to the psychological warfare the FBI uses to turn people in a hostage situation crazy. I don’t quite understand the mechanics behind it, but it’s not pretty. Everyone’s


Disgusted. Shocked. Horrified. That’s how I felt as I listened to the testimonies of the victims of the unprecedented sexual abuse of USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar. How could someone be so vile and conscienceless? How could all those women be


The priest at my wedding said that people today typically think you’ll be all right if your marriage is 50/50, but that’s a recipe for disaster. He said that, for a marriage to work, both husband and wife have the


It’s not easy raising kids. It’s even more difficult if you want to raise your kids as independent, critical thinkers and not social justice warriors. It doesn’t help that many of the so-called children’s books are not only horrible plots, but


It happened again — one of my acquaintances gave up on the liberty movement. He made it clear in a very public way that he’s “leaving liberty” — a trend that seems to be happening more and more these days. Several


Two incidents made the rounds on social media recently. First, a young student at UC Riverside was videotaped after confiscating a red “Make America Great Again” hat from a fellow student and evident Trump supporter. In the video she’s seen holding up

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