Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Being Libertarian!


The whole team at Being Libertarian wishes all our followers and their family and friends around the world a merry Christmas and happy holiday period! Pure reality tells us that nothing in life is free, a truth so many within every political school of thought seem to forget. However, as the cliched saying goes: this time is a time of giving, and therefore, especially to the little ones, many free presents! Don’t get used too used to it, college students!

Being Libertarian has many exciting plans for 2016, which could not have been made possible without our exponential growth over the past couple of months. We recently achieved 13,000 likes on our Facebook page and continue to reach a wider audience with every new post on this website. We thank you, our fans and followers, for the support.

Please be on the lookout in the days and weeks to come of our impending recruitment for new writers for this website. The time to build upon your libertarian activist credentials may just be around the corner! If you are interested, we invite you to start brainstorming on an article no shorter than 500 words with a distinct libertarian tone to it, on any topic you wish. It must be new and not prior-published.

But don’t work too hard on it today – enjoy the festive time with your loved ones!

Martin is the Editor-in-Chief of Being Libertarian.

This post was written by Martin van Staden.

The views expressed here belong to the author and do not necessarily reflect our views and opinions.

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Martin van Staden is the Editor in Chief of Being Libertarian, the Legal Researcher at the Free Market Foundation, a co-founder of the, and the Southern African Academic Programs Director at Students For Liberty. The views expressed in his articles are his own and do not represent any of the aforementioned organizations.

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