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
"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
"Libya currently suffers from slave trading, double-digit inflation, and gang warfare vying for control after the collapse of their government in the wake of the 2011 NATO intervention. Gaddafi’s injustices didn’t warrant far greater injustices wrought upon the people of
"When it comes to the child immigration crisis, the saddest aspect will be its inevitable repetition, due in no small part to a lack of awareness if those most outraged don’t become “woke” to the fact that this is the
"According to FCC emails disclosed by Gizmodo, the agency intentionally spread lies to gain sympathy for the net neutrality repeal." Writes Chief Technical Officer Alon Ganon. Follow Alon on Twitter at @ChiefGyk.
"The President is entitled to his opinions, but Donald Trump has a lot of influence over everyday people and businesses and demonstrates a lack of responsibility in what he says." Writes Luke Henderson in this edition of Scoring for Liberty.
"Syria is merely the victim of two cold wars: a cold war between Russia and NATO, and a cold war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. In light of a looming economic debt crisis for the West, Russia stands poised to
“If we don’t recognize our own radicalization and actively seek out and embrace peaceful resolutions simply because the idea is difficult or uncomfortable, then we will never rid our culture of the epidemic of violence we all claim to detest
"If history is on the verge of repeating itself, like it tends to do, then we might not escape the grips of a full-blown trade war; a trade war that is avoidable if only Congress and politicians could acquire some