"The tension between social justice warrior culture and anti-political correctness culture makes any mention of the once University of Nevada superstar an instant debate, and libertarians have been no exception to this conflict. Despite one’s opinion on whether or not
"Democracy is the system that our founders embraced when laying out our foundation as a nation. But it is also the system by which the beliefs of some may be pushed on others and, in many cases, weaponized against others.
"True, Jones is over the top and reports some bizarre, unbelievable theories. But why does that deserve such a concerted effort to shut him down? The reasoning was that Jones and Infowars violated ‘community standards’—a generic excuse when big media companies
"For libertarians, any ideology advocating an increase in state power is a violent ideology. For anarcho-capitalists, even minarchism can be labeled a violent ideology. For communists, any system advocating private property is considered violent. What classifies an ideology as violent
"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.
"Libertarians like to regularly talk about an inherent right to privacy, especially when on our own property. But we seem to fall rather silent when it’s a business, not the government, invading our privacy. We willingly sign away our privacy
"The bakery is the property of the cake baker, which means the baker can decide how it should function. If the baker decides to refuse service to a lesbian couple, he has every right to do so. He has not
"If someone isn’t taken seriously at work, scapegoating gender bias has the same impact. Some on the right will attribute it to affirmative action, while others on the left will attribute it to implicit gender bias in judgments. Heaven forbid