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Give It Revolution

Vital Point Strike is an outlet for libertarian thought and commentary on anything that happens to pique my interest in the news of the day, amped up on whatever I’m into – primarily caffeine, martial arts, and heavy metal. 404 more words

Common Sense

Nationalism and Newspeak

In George Orwell’s book, 1984, the language of the future socialist government was known as “Newspeak.” There is an appendix in the novel, titled “Principles of Newspeak,” It was designed as a gradually implemented policy, that was not the sole language of Oceania in 1984. 6,535 more words

Politics

A Non-Specific Amount of Reasons Why 'Reasons Why' Posts Are A Load of Nonsense

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OK, all hail the hypocrite. In I walk on my beautiful high horse, like a poor mans Donald Trump. 932 more words

Mental Health

Resurrection and The Party Problem

It has been a while since I last wrote something on here. I thought it appropriate to start back up and define how this is going to go. 364 more words

Government Shutdown Looming

The United States government is on the verge of another shutdown when they run out of money Friday night.

From NPR:

Congress returns Tuesday from its spring recess, facing yet another down-to-the-wire spate of deal-making — and a White House anxious to claim its first major legislative win.

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Politics

Your Questions Answered: Should You Bake the Cake?

Emily Miller Jocham, April 24, 2017

To say the 2016 presidential election season was ugly is a vast understatement. Democrats were self destructing; Republicans had 67 candidates (at least it seemed); Libertarians were at odds over…cake. 958 more words

Libertarian

A Fine Mess of Violence

Here’s another fine mess you’ve gotten me into. — Laurel and Hardy

When I was a kid, Saturday mornings were for watching cartoons and goofball comedies. 518 more words

Libertarian