"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.
"Her beliefs are not only wrong on the economics, which time and again has shown that free markets and capitalism do a better job of lifting populations out of poverty than a central planner ever has; her popularity is concerning
"Philosophical ideas are a good starting point to reel people in, but they’re only good for a short while. What keeps the momentum going is where the political rubber meets the road; people need something to rally behind
If there is one thing the Libertarian Party and the liberty movement as a whole lack, it’s unity. Larry Sharpe is great with that. When you consider all the different divisions within both the party and the movement, it truly is
Most people consider consent to be a straight forward concept. Parties voluntarily agreeing beforehand to the actions taking place between them sounds simple enough, right? Unfortunately, life – and more specifically, the state – has a way of overcomplicating situations.
Late in December, President Trump signed the final version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act after it passed the House 227 to 203. Although even after becoming law and long championed by Republicans, it still saw 12 sitting House
The Libertarian Party (LP) is the third largest political party in the United States, with a membership twice as large as the Green Party and twenty times as large as the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). Unlike the Green Party and
Let’s suppose someone wants to run for public office who, at one time, had been entirely paralyzed, with no ability to communicate. Since that point, many years ago, he has been healed, but the public wonders if he might transgress
The fight for “free” college (A.K.A the state subsidization of post-graduate education) has now come to the forefront of the 50 political battlegrounds known as state legislatures. In 2017 alone two major states, Tennessee and New York, have passed into law
Social media has been ablaze this week with news of New York’s recent approval which plans to make its public universities tuition-free. There are a few stipulations to the program, such as requiring a certain minimum GPA, having a household