Today, Bitcoin hit a record price of $10,000 and shows no signs of slowing down. This marks a milestone that shows us that Bitcoin has a real future. Nothing will stop the growth of Bitcoin. Soon, it will reach $15k. $20k. $50k. $100k. It will continue to grow. The price may dip a little as … Continue reading Bitcoin reaches $10,000
Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JPMorgan Chase, recently called Bitcoin "a fraud." He said it was a fad that cannot possibly last, even joking that his daughter had bought into it. "Currencies have legal support," he said. "It will blow up." He predicted that "eventually it will be closed," because "currencies have legal support." I … Continue reading Response to Jamie Dimon on Bitcoin
Tomi Lahren. Arianna Huffington. Jon Stewart. Bill O’Reilly. Rachel Maddow. Glenn Beck. Samantha Bee. This is a short list of left and right leaning news anchors and commentators. The most important thing these people, as well as countless others, have in common is that they use their popularity in the media to gain influence over … Continue reading The Media Needs To Start Taking Its Job Seriously
A few days ago, as I sat watching a video of Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour performing “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” live at the Royal Festival Hall in 2002 (check out the video here), I was taken by how amazing of a song it was. I prefer classic songs more than I do today’s popular … Continue reading How Modern Music is Declining
As a libertarian, I obviously oppose expensive government programs and meddling in the economy in favor of free markets. Social Security is one of those systems heavily praised by both the left and the right as a system that tremendously helps the elderly and the needy. It was created by FDR, a god amongst modern … Continue reading The Flaws of the US Social Security System and Possible Alternatives
Everyone has heard of Hurricane Harvey by now. Last month, a hurricane formed in the Gulf of Mexico as a category 4 hurricane and hit Texas as a tropical storm. Over the course of several days, the storm delivered 50 inches of rainfall in a short amount of time, and most of Houston, one of … Continue reading Hurricane Harvey and Climate Change
Following Hurricane Harvey and hearing about the shutdown of Port Arthur oil refinery and Exxon Mobil closing its Beaumont refinery, I began to hear stories of long lines to get gas, prices rising, and gas stations running low on gas. I even went to the nearest gas station a few days ago and found a … Continue reading The Gas Shortage is Fake, and Panic Makes It Worse
This article is a direct response to a single James Fell article. I am not claiming to have the solution to obesity nor is this an attack on James Fell. This article is simply a response to his, nothing more.
Today is Labor Day, so I thought I would give my thoughts on the labor movement in the United States from the libertarian point of view.
Because I am the type of person to take something very simple and straightforward and dig deep into its complexities, I have decided to write a piece on what I learned from traveling around the continent of Europe for a month and a half. Making the decision to travel after I graduated high school was … Continue reading What I Learned From Six Weeks of Travel