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The Cost of “Safety” in DC, the Fate of Mark Witaschek

In an ending to a long and arduous trial, Mark Witaschek was found guilty of the “‘attempted possession of unlawful ammunition’ for antique replica muzzleloader bullets.” Witaschek was taken to trial, and has been in the process of that trial, for … Continue reading

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Happy International Workers’ Day/May Day!

In honor of all the workers who’ve fought for our rights and those still fighting, remember that today isn’t just May Day, it’s also International Workers’ Day.  Are you sticking to the union? (I thought this posted May 1st, but … Continue reading

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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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Gun Control and Tragedy

I’ve been quite reluctant to post about the recent massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. Like many, I was horrified and disgusted that someone could murder children.  The fact that he started with his own mother denotes the level of mental instability … Continue reading

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Interview with Allen Ginsberg

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On the Banning of Soda

I had the recent displeasure of reading THIS article on Huffpost, detailing the action of Councilman Mitch Englander, who “discovered that his daughter was unable to buy anything but sugar-packed sodas in a city park vending machine, [and]… introduced a motion to … Continue reading

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Where Do You Stand Politically?

I’ve had my fair share of political discussions.  I’ve talked about what socialism really is.  I’m talked about how the way the term “communism” is commonly defined in the United States really refers to a type of fascism or authoritarianism. … Continue reading

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