About The Author

JSB Morse is an author, entrepreneur, and philosopher. He has written several critically acclaimed novels including the political thriller "Gods of Ruin" and the spiritual fiction "Now and at the Hour of Our Death" as well as "Zero to Paleo" and the "Take Advantage" non-fiction series. He is editor of "The Libertarian Catholic" and can be found at jsbmorse.com.


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


Becoming a parent is one of the most transformative experiences one can have. You learn a lot about yourself. For instance, I thought that I had a good temperament until I became a parent and realized that I just had


I abhor racism. First of all, racism is predicated on race, which is an arbitrary social construct with little genetic or practical legitimacy. Second, even if there was a legitimate way to classify humanity into a handful of races, it’s a logical


Recently, talk show personality Dave Rubin came out against his fellow progressives, claiming that he no longer identifies with them, saying that, “Defending my liberal values has suddenly become a conservative position.” Rubin claims that the left doesn’t believe in free


I’m not from New Orleans and I don’t have any sort of nostalgia for the place, but I love culture, food, and history. When I moved to the area, I was impressed with the city on all of those fronts,


Under the cover of both night and police guard, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu began taking down monuments commemorating what he calls a “Cult of the Lost Cause of the Confederacy.” The monuments include statues of Confederate personalities Robert E. Lee,

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