Libertarian Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays, As we wrap up 2018 and reflect on our challenges, our successes and our growth we have a lot to be proud of and learn from. Spend time with those you care about most these next few weeks because we always need a reminder of who we are fighting for. When the ball […]

Laws and Crimes

Laws don’t reduce crime. They expand what is a crime defining more and more of us as criminals. Coexistence doesn’t come from dictates or zero tolerance, it comes from respect for each others life, body and property and a willingness to tolerate and forgive each other. #amliberty

Inequality and Open Markets

“I want to help those who are the worse off. That’s why I want inequality in incomes so there is an incentive to invest in the knowledge, skills, and capital that will make the economy more productive. As the economy increases productivity we’ll be able to make more for more people. Today we have more […]

Free to Disagree

When it comes to personal opinions there are endless things that I disagree with fellow libertarians on. What makes us Libertarian isn’t that we agree on everything but that we don’t want to force our ideal world on each other, but build the world we believe in on consent and voluntarism and let the better […]

Protectionism Doesn’t Work

Everything evolves, those who want things to stay the same whether it’s the prominence of a certain industry, culture or anything generally develop an anxiety from growing change. Being a benefactor of the way things were makes someone believe that this is a way society or the economy “should be”. As things change they become […]

Welfare, Immigration and Resentment

I am for reducing or better put shifting the social safety net from the welfare state to voluntary community based institutions, charitable enterprises and for profit ones. A decentralized network of aid organizations would be more nimble, efficient and responsive to societies needs than clunky slow moving government. Although, I do think people overstate the […]