"The art of any deal is keeping your end of the deal. If this isn’t done, no one will make deals going forward," writes Brandon Kirby in this edition of Freedom Philosophy.
Plagued with boredom and overconsumption of libations to do much else, I found myself on YouTube watching Bill Maher (this was two minutes ago).It was a particularly cringe-worthy video citing his love of JFK compared to Ronald Reagan - the
* Note to the reader: The term “anti-immigration” to define a specific stance should not be conflated with people who are for border security. “Anti-immigration” should be understood as being both anti-immigration and pro-border security while a pro-border security stance
Aside from facing double-digit inflation, especially on essential goods, Iran now faces a round of deadly protests, which garnered international excitement. They’ve caught the attention of U.S. president Donald Trump. Big protests in Iran. The people are finally getting wise as
Political parties breed inconsistencies. “Liberal” and “conservative” have very different meanings than what they previously held. The Republican Party, for instance, is a combination of supply-side economics, social conservatism and nationalism, while the Democratic Party is supposed to be socialist-leaning with
I think one of the overlooked reasons as to why Nazi Germany and fascist Italy lost the war in Europe was the inability to win in North Africa and cut across to the Middle East for endless oil reserves that
Last week marked the one year anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. The last month and a half has brought multiple terrorist attacks to the UK alone. The last few years have seen a dramatic rise in the
Welcome to another edition of The Lowdown on Liberty, where each week we take questions submitted from our readers as we attempt to clarify the inner-workings of libertarian principles. This week, we cover a universal basic income, the non-aggression principle,