"McAfee claims to desire the most popular position in the world for the platform it provides. His major campaign goal is promoting cryptocurrency, and the freedom that the technology would bring to citizens of the world."
"Adam Kokesh, an author, freedom activist, and hopeful Libertarian candidate for the 2020 presidential election was arrested January 2nd in New Orleans after refusing to give a police officer identification."
"Instead, it was an example of how if libertarians play their cards right, they can utilize our inevitably polarizing governmental system to sneak in victories, that when you add them all up, are welcome steps in the right direction, especially for a country that has been in retrograde for too long."
"Despite Trump unfollowing Coulter, it seems he might have taken her criticism to heart, as his threats of not signing off on any bill that doesn’t fund the border wall are definitely pushing things along, at least in the House."
“While the decision appears to be a financial one, it highlights the corner tech companies have backed themselves into with PC culture.”
Video: YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqWMYie2QHQ On June 11th, Infowars reporter Owen Shroyer held a #MeToo protest against former President Bill Clinton. About 50 people showed up, and all of them had interesting things to say about the controversial figure. Ethan and some friends of Bermansplaining covered the event, interviewing attendees of the protest and making some … Continue reading Video: Bill Clinton Infowars #MeToo Protest
Today on Twitter, where most political news gets announced these days, Kid Rock confirmed that he plans to run for a senate seat in his home state, Michigan. Rock has been outspoken politically for years now, being one of the few famous “conservatives” (or at least conservative compared to his colleagues) in the celebrity realm. … Continue reading Kid Rock Runs For Michigan Senate: Do We Need Another Entertainer in Politics?
We live in such a politically charged era that not having a political party and ideology that you align with is basically social suicide, especially on a college campus. In America, thanks to our two party system, most people fall into a limited number of camps, typically based off their age, race, religion, and gender. … Continue reading Why I’m Not a Libertarian
I wanted to try something new with today's blog. Instead of doing a typical post, I created an online quiz that allows you to determine what type of anarchist you are, if you even are one. I find that most people in my generation are increasingly distrustful of authority and the state, and this has … Continue reading What Kind of Anarchist Are You? (Quiz)
Going through the list of 277 illegal acts, most of them make sense, especially when you take into account Japan’s unique situation of being an ethnically homogeneous, hard working, and honor bound society, whose citizens still pay a worldwide penalty for the cruel and vicious acts of their ancestors. As someone who supports a strong stance against terror, I welcome preemptive action and instituting order through law. That being said, some of these so called “terrorist actions” are ridiculous and clearly have a different motive.