Monthly Archives: February 2013

Why I’m No Longer a Libertarian

Below is an article from Daniel Miessler’s blog.  I found it interesting and worth sharing.  Having certainly prescribed to Libertarian views at one point, and still finding them interesting, I enjoy his engagement with some of the fundamental questions of … Continue reading

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Iron and Wine: NPR Tiny Desk Concert

I hope this peaceful Tuesday mornings finds you well.  

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What Does it Mean to be a Libertarian?

I feel that libertarians provide a very interesting alternative to mainstream American politics, and one that’s existed for quite some time.  It seems that in many ways, though, the policies they advocate are unrealistic or are reliant on slightly problematic … Continue reading

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Guns, Liberals, and the End of the World

In the recent debates on gun control and the role of guns in society, one can’t help but notice people tend to talk over one another, without either side really hearing the other.  People tend to caricaturize their opposition, making … Continue reading

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