10 Things the Left needs to Understand

The left makes a lot of mistakes. They have many fundamental misunderstandings of how the world works and that is why they are so wrong so often. Here are ten things they need to understand. 1. Profit is good The great insight every free market economist has, is the coordinating power of prices. Those simple numbers coordinate all the goods of an economy with all … Continue reading 10 Things the Left needs to Understand

Punching Leftists is Okay

The mantra of libertarians and supposedly that of the alt-right is freedom of expression; whether verbally, scripturally, or artistically, you have an unfettered right to express your thoughts. Many leftists have done a lot to supress speakers on the Right. The Berkley riots show the nasty extremes they’ll go to. But one has to ask, “if they won’t tolerate us why should tolerate them?” This … Continue reading Punching Leftists is Okay

The State of the American Economy

One of the biggest questions in American politics is, “what is the state of the American economy?” Depending on who you ask, and the context of the question, will determine the answer. Before November 7th, 2016, most Democrats viewed the economy favorably while Republicans thought it was performing slowly. Today, those roles have changed– I wonder why? But even before that, answers depend in partisan … Continue reading The State of the American Economy

Seize the Debate: A Conservatives Short Guide on how to Beat the Left

The high-ground is an important strategic position in warfare, and also in a debate. In debate, there is no physical high-ground, but there is the moral one. It is the position of truth and justice, which may not always be the position which makes the most people happy or creates the most wealth, but it is the right-position. As humans, I believe we all share a … Continue reading Seize the Debate: A Conservatives Short Guide on how to Beat the Left

24 Quotes Conservatives Need to Hear

There are some things conservatives need to hear that they have not heard. There are also things conservatives have heard but need to hear again. Here are 24 quotes doing just that. Some are deep, some are witty, and some just put our ideas eloquently. “Society is produced by our wants, and government by wickedness; the former promotes our happiness positively by uniting our affections, … Continue reading 24 Quotes Conservatives Need to Hear

Why Ben Shapiro is better than Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is a great Provocateur– he really is. I have never seen anyone rival his ability to troll the left into such a frenzy, or to riot someone so vociferously– well, maybe except Donald Trump. He also matches his ability to troll the left with an unbelievable ability to debate them. Milo is one of the few right wingers I have seen to never … Continue reading Why Ben Shapiro is better than Milo Yiannopoulos

Why We Need the Austrian School

When I first joined the political blogosphere, I found the term “Austrian Economics” thrown around a lot by libertarians. The support for this school was and is common among libertarians, and when I first noticed this I was offput. It seemed to me that the Austrian school was nothing more than an excuse by which laissez-faire could be defended. This essay is an answer to my concern. Continue reading Why We Need the Austrian School

Bernie Sanders can Calm Down, Inequality is not a Big Problem

Abstract Income inequality is one of the hottest political issues in the United States. It was at the center of the “Bernie Revolution” in the 2016 Democratic Primaries and continued into the 2016 General Election. A 2015 ABC News poll found that forty-six percent of Americans thought that “the way income and wealth are distributed in the U.S.” worries them a great deal (Feather, 2015). … Continue reading Bernie Sanders can Calm Down, Inequality is not a Big Problem

What the Second Amendment Means

When the Second Amendment was adopted in December of 1791, the thirteen former colonies were less than a decade removed from their revolution against Great Britain (Brooks). To kick off the war, British forces attempted to take the arms of local militias at Lexington and Concord and the next day, successfully, at the Gunpowder Incident at Williamsburg, Virginia (Theobald). From the beginning, the Second Amendment … Continue reading What the Second Amendment Means