“100% of the Constitution 100% of the time” – Gotta love TMOT!

Libertarians might balk at this statement. After all, the Constitution gives the federal government the right to steal (Taxation is Theft!) and kill, and failed to restrain that government from overstepping the boundaries set up to contain those powers. As an anarcho-capitalist, I have concluded that no piece of paper can contain an entity that (more…)

GOP Rules & Libertarian Party in the Crosshairs…

I have believed that Donald Trump’s campaign was an inside job ever since his initial comments about Hispanic immigrants gained traction by an obviously manipulated story about a woman shot on a pier in San Francisco as well as a ridiculous story about El Chapo (likely a psyop in himself) angrily tweeting at The Donald (more…)

The Propaganda Report: Coercive Engineered Migration Qaddafi-Style

Last year I added a glossary entry “coercive engineered migration” about a phenomenon described in Kelly Greenhill’s book, Weapons of Mass Migration, in which she uses as her best example Qaddafi threatening Europe with uncontrolled migration from Africa if they didn’t comply with his demands. The theory behind coercive engineered migration is that relatively weak (more…)


I was invited on a panel recently by America’s Future Foundation to discuss a book, The Conservatarian Manifesto, and the possibility of conservatives and libertarians coming together. One of the questions asked was “Should we even bother voting?” Maybe you think that’s an easy answer, but roughly half of eligible voters don’t vote – why? (more…)

What Everyone Missed About the NC Bathroom Law (Including Me!)

Update (12/9/16): Since the first minute I heard of Georgia’s religious-freedom bill, I figured it was a trap. Get everyone riled up about another southern state showing its prejudice and get the national populace, or maybe even the federal government, to make sure that no one anywhere is permitted to enact anything so offensive. As (more…)

Why I Vote My Conscience….

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0RynbS-qApE It’s My Vote I began my show this past Saturday explaining that even though Rand Paul dropped out of the race, he is still on the Georgia Republican primary ballot and I’m going to vote for him. I’m also going to vote Libertarian in the general election, as always. I use my vote–my vote–to (more…)