The empirical philosophers and lovers (happy Valentine's day) of science tell me to begin each thought with an observable fact. I’ll begin with the triumph of capitalism - not over communism but over evil itself in the form of poverty.
The question seems rather odd when talking about political and social matters, but not senseless when we see how emotionally saturated the public sphere has become. Emotions are slowly but surely diluting the rational foundations of Western civilization, and it
Well, my dear libertarians, here we are at the precipice of a new chapter in American history, desperately trying to keep our eyes and minds clear while everyone else is either punching Nazis or forcing gays into electroshock therapy. And
At the age of 23, I tied the knot. My wife was beautiful, glowing, intelligent, self-strong, and most importantly, a libertarian just like me. At the time, this was exactly what I wanted - everything she was, I responded to.
Originally posted at LibertarianCenterForTolerance.org People often place issues in two categories, namely 'economic' and 'social', which apparently have no influence on one another. But I contend a world with a more robust and competitive economy would also be a world of
-- Doctor Who Spoilers Ahead -- Check Out Alex Merced's Reading List I'm not sure if you're a Doctor Who fan, but recently they had a two part episode that everyone everywhere should watch, especially now. The two part episodes are called the