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A Cheshire libertarian's Thoughts On The 7-Election Trend at 7-eleven

I’m a Millennial who seeks to get some Independent perspective out there on the 7-election trend.

Fascinating, though not exactly productive except at growing jobs, the… 342 more words


The War On Christmas and the War On Women Are Both Purely Fictional

Never Until This Post Have I Debunked Both a Lefty Myth and a Righty Myth At Once

The Left and the Right are both fantasizing in ways as to try to force culturally authoritarian stuff of opposing brands onto a mentally liberty-leaning population. 495 more words


Ilham Tohti’s Nomination for Sakharov Prize Welcomed by Laureate and Scholars

China Change, September 19, 2016

Ilham Tohti (伊力哈木), a Uighur scholar known for his incisive writings on China’s policies in Xinjiang, was named by the European Parliament to be one of the five nominees for the… 1,298 more words


The Vitality of Freedom of Expression

Total Freedom of Expression is Mandatory to Civilized Culture and to Modern Science

People I learn about on other social media are treating freedom of expression like it is optional with regards to modernizing science and to staying a civilized people. 359 more words


My Own Opinion On The Non Aggression Principle

As a libertarian Independent, I must Build my own Opinion about the Non-Aggression Principle.

Almost every libertarian seems to defend and promote something called the Non-Aggression Principle. 733 more words


Why I Am No Longer Contributing To The Libertarian Republic

Farewell Address From LDA to TLR

I, Kyle Perkins, am quitting my routine of posting to the news site The Libertarian Republic. I have been improving myself more and more, often with advice from their Editor-In-Chief. 565 more words


Thought for Today (9/7/2016)

The other day I read that my alma mater had declared the university a ‘safe zone’.  “What the heck is a safe zone” I wondered to myself, so I read the article that went along with it.  262 more words