Ep. 2: Police Violence in the Police State

In this episode of the Battle for Liberty, I add a new segment to the show, Libertarian Life, during which I’ll explain the Libertarian angle of an ordinary situation.  I then move on to discuss Police violence in the wake of several tragic examples.  I tie it all together with property rights and non-aggression. Articles Referenced A … read more

Defend Voluntary Association

Voluntary association is one of the most basic tenets held by the truly liberty-minded.  And yet lately it’s fallen out of fashion, sometimes even with those claiming to be [L]ibertarians.  Instead, we’re told, public accommodation laws should be favored.  These laws empower the the State to insert itself into a business arrangement that should be … read more

“I’m THAT Libertarian”

Marc Allan Feldman’s closing statement during the Presidential debate at the Libertarian Party’s 2016 National Convention just might be the greatest 60 seconds of the entire convention. The convention was a huge disappointment for a number of reasons, chief among them being that the party nominated two liberal progressive Republicans (Gary Johnson and Bill Weld) … read more

Libertarianism, Defined

Do you have questions about Libertarianism?  Have you been hearing more and more of your friends talk about it, all the while thinking to yourself, “well isn’t that just the political philosophy of people who are fiscally conservative but socially liberal?”  Well you’re not alone!  The recent debacle that we call a Presidential election cycle … read more

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