I started writing this a few months ago in response to an ill-conceived bill in North Carolina to establish Christianity as the official state religion. Bill supporters assert that the First Amendment only restricts Congress from establishing a religion, so they could do what they want. Legal or not, HJR 494 was a terrible idea … More Are States Required to Follow the Constitution?
Last Friday I was glued to my computer with every tiny detail of the police chase in Boston. If you don’t know what talking about, I’m not going to recap the story for you because if you haven’t heard by now you must be living under a rock. Besides, you probably shouldn’t get your news sources from … More Is this The Battlefield?
As I mentioned in my last post, libertarianism is once again making a dent on the national conversation or at least a few of us are coming around to make some noise. Our movement seems to be growing but what the hell do we do with it? Do we take our new found members, our … More Duverger’s Law
Apparently libertarianism is becoming a thing. Huzzah, we’ve broken into the mainstream Media! The libertarian leg of the Republican Party has become much more influential over the last two years and I can’t help but think it’s great. Whether existing politicians are shifting their positions or new people are participating in the public policy process … More Conversion Stories
I read a number of articles just before starting this blog that said the opinion of the millennial generation does not matter. As much as us young folk would like to think we have suggestions worth listening to, we’re just not experienced enough to be entitled to a voice in national conversation. Hell maybe they’re … More Obligatory Introductions