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
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
We have officially passed the 100 day mark of Donald Trump’s presidency. It has certainly been an interesting time, sparking even more emotions than did the actual election. Shortly after he won, he put out a plan for his first 100 days. Has he accomplished his plans? And what else has he accomplished. Trump’s “Contract … Continue reading Analysis: Trump’s First 100 Days
We've all heard what is happening in Berkeley. After right-wing activists and speakers Milo Yiannopolous and Ann Coulter were scheduled to speak at UC Berkeley, groups of left-leaning protesters stormed the campus to protest “hate speech” being allowed on campus. Right-wing groups, such as the alt-right, the Proud Boys, the Oathkeepers, and Trump supporters in general, … Continue reading How Free Speech in the US is Under Attack