"Philosophical ideas are a good starting point to reel people in, but they’re only good for a short while. What keeps the momentum going is where the political rubber meets the road; people need something to rally behind
242 years ago on this day, the founders of the United States signed the Declaration of Independence, announcing to the rest of the world that the time for freedom had come. Today, in their memory, we are officially announcing the
Being Libertarian's Editor in Chief, Martin van Staden, reports on exciting new developments within Being Libertarian's Social Media Department.
"Nicholas Sarwark and Joshua Smith have encouraged more and more people to become involved in the inner workings of the Libertarian machine. A plethora of ideas can bring much conflict, but it also allows for collaboration and the creation of
"Gary Johnson was probably the only candidate that I came across with little to no baggage (besides Weld). He had his Aleppo gaffe, then went on to explain his mistake in a fairly open and human way and that's respectable.
"Feminists have supplied us with the premise that on average, women don’t think in terms of STEM. Economics as a science requires an appraisal that is thoroughly calloused at times, which people who don’t appreciate STEM will find highly offensive.
"According to Pew, in 2015 only 46.5% of violent crimes were reported to the police. Property crime is even more abysmal at 34.6% in 2015 and was at 36%
In April of this year I had to attend compulsory research methodology classes at the University of Pretoria in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree I am currently completing. One would imagine that research methodology is a straightforward