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The Vote for Freedom: Why Young American Voters Should be Proud

While many conservatives are still lamenting Mitt Romney’s loss to Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election, young conservatives and libertarians have much to be pleased about concerning the election results. While much of the election process is based on the narrative of “What can the government give me?” instead of the better question, “How […]

Wake-up Time

On September 11, 2012, exactly twelve years after the most horrific day in American history, a chain of riots erupted in the Middle East. Protesters stormed the American embassy in Cairo, decrying Innocence of Muslims, a low-budget film mocking the Prophet Muhammad. That same day, riots outside the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya turned deadly […]

Drones Over a Sky Near You

“How do more people not know about this? Why isn’t this on the news like every day?” asked my friend in disbelief as I told him what I knew about the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act, passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama. While unmanned aerial vehicles have seen heavy action in […]

Who is Gary Johnson?

When asked this question on a Reddit.com AMA (“ask me anything”), the Libertarian presidential candidate answered, “Entrepreneur, athlete, former governor of New Mexico. This guy has a resume that would suggest that he is going to doggedly pursue everything he is talking about.” He turned his one-man handyman business into one of the most successful […]

It’s about Romney

In choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate, Mitt Romney has once again shown the true hand of the Republican Party. Instead of making any effort to increase the overall well-being of this country, they are committed to giving tax cuts to the super-wealthy, while increasing the burden on the middle class. Tax breaks for […]