Tag Archives: freedom

The secession debate has a new flavor

Every few years it seems the political compass flips around. You may recall following Barack Obama’s re-election, petitions were placed on the White House petition website supporting secession for Texas and several other states. While petitions ultimately went up for … Continue reading

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Standing with those who remain seated

It’s not uncommon for a professional athlete to say or do something that puts them in the national spotlight. Recently during a pre-season football game between the San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers, 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick did … Continue reading

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Calculating freedom in an unfree world

How does one quantify freedom? Is it even possible to calculate such a thing? Over the years, several entities have collaborated in an attempt to do just that. Freedom House, an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom … Continue reading

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After Brexit, what’s N(H)ex(i)t?

In the wake of the so-called Brexit vote – in which British voters narrowly voted to split from the European Union – many have been wondering if the UK’s exit from the EU will spark further exits. Could Scotland, which … Continue reading

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New campaign video from Darryl W. Perry 2016

The Darryl W. Perry 2016 campaign has released a new campaign video. If you agree that everyone has the same equal rights & that rights are absolute, and want to help Darryl promote the ideas of liberty during the Presidential … Continue reading

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Open Letter to Rand Paul supporters

By now you’ve probably heard that Rand Paul has announced an end to his Presidential campaign. On the morning of February 3, he reportedly issued a statement reading, in part: “It’s been an incredible honor to run a principled campaign … Continue reading

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In support of sex workers rights

At the August 2015 International Council Meeting of Amnesty International, “[d]elegates from around the world authorized the International Board to develop and adopt a policy on the issue [of sex workers rights].” Amnesty International reported, “The resolution recommends that Amnesty … Continue reading

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Looking ahead to 2016 elections

A new year is upon us, which means a few things. First and foremost, it’s a Presidential election year which means the focus for most of the year will be on who will replace Barack Obama in the White House, … Continue reading

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Top 5 stories of 2015: a year in review

As 2015 comes to a close, it’s time to look back at some of the biggest stories of the year. #5 Asset forfeiture halted!? At the beginning of the year, Eric Holder made headlines when he announced a new policy … Continue reading

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Setting the record straight: Rand Paul, libertarianism & Bitcoin

Several recent headlines declares “Rand Paul is the first presidential candidate to accept Bitcoin”, however those headlines are inaccurate. It could be an accurate statement that he is the first Republican Presidential candidate to accept Bitcoin. It’s even possible that … Continue reading

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