Archives for March 2015

Only a Statist Deals in Absolutes

 

The Battle Against Margarine

Americans have an unhealthy view of their government. To them, it’s a quick fix, a bandage to stop the bleeding. This quick fix usually manifests itself through legislation and the regulations that result from it. But these quick fixes rarely resolve anything. Most of the time, a “quick fix” leads to cronyism later on down […]

“Prohibition is for Suckas:” Interview with Disco Loving Republican, Roberto Chamorro

Note: This is a part of a series of interviews where different men and women share their stories on how they became politically informed. All of these people I know in some form or another. I can’t stress how beneficial it would be for you to follow and get to know them. So, do it ASAP. “Libertarians […]

What My Mother Taught Me About Economics

“Nothing in life is free,” my mom always used to tell me, “You’re always paying for it somehow.” She used to get onto us whenever we said we were getting something “for free.” It was a pet peeve of hers, but a good pet peeve nonetheless. It taught me and my siblings that there’s no […]

The Government isn’t Your Neighbor

You’ve watched The Andy Griffith Show, right? It’s one of those staple classics of TV. It never gets old. And even though I’ve watched it a million times, I still enjoy the tight knit community aspect of Mayberry. Everyone knows everyone, and people care about each other. When hard times hit Mayberry, the residents come […]

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