The New Prohibition

Featured image by Eleanor Jaekel. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. The 2020’s are wild, man. Twain was credited with saying, We’ve experienced a global pandemic (that’s still… ongoing…), several financial crises, and the return of secret parties (speakeasies). The government is becoming both more incompetent, and less concerned with the lives […]

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RIP Rush

Featured image by Shawn Thew/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock. Don’t bother with the original article. Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh has passed away, following a battle with cancer. It didn’t take even a day for the hit pieces to start. It has become very clear that the playing field is not level, that the recognition of the good things […]

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The next step

Featured image from Joe Burbank of the AP. Follow the link for the original article. I love Disneyland. It has been shuttered for nearly a year now, and I get news about Disney World on my news feeds. This morning I read a blurb from one of the Disney World feeds that piqued my interest. […]

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Why I left conservatism

I am a disillusioned conservative, which is why I became a Libertarian. I continue to listen to conservative voices like Michael Knowles, Steven Crowder, and Ben Shapiro, but I hear many of the same arguments from them that I hear from the collectivist left. I will focus on Knowles for a moment. I enjoy his […]

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Why decentralization matters

Featured image by Eli Duke. Follow the link for more of this artist’s work. Ted Cruz, Rashida Tlaib, Tim Pool, Michael Knowles. These four seemingly disparate individuals are rallying around the GameStop rebellion. For those not in the know, a group of Redditors have rallied stocks that about 5,000 hedge funds have short positions in. […]

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