Is Social Justice Terminology Useless? Can libertarians Use It?

Safe Spaces, Trigger Warnings, Privilege, and so many more terms have become the bane of campus culture across the country. All these terms and practices were intended to making campuses more inclusive but have resulted in creating new hostilities, divisions, and have closed down the discussion of ideas. White males on campuses across the country […]

The Circular Firing Squad: Purity vs. Pragmatism

It’s been said that if two libertarians talk for an hour and agree on everything, one of them is lying. Another statement, one that seems to be more nearly true, is that if two libertarians talk for an hour they’ll agree on two things – that taxation is theft, and that one of them is […]

Sanctuary Cities

Rochester, NY (where I live) is a Sanctuary city. The libertarian in me loves that sanctuary cities like Rochester are willing to defy the federal government for an unjust law. An updated Sanctuary City resolution passed on February 9th, 2017 created more concrete restrictions on using city resources to enforce immigration law: the resolution limits collection […]

I Can’t Comment on the Women’s March

According to many protesters in the aftermath of the “Women’s March,” I am not allowed to have a say on any of the issues due to my sexual identity. Due to the way I was born, I cannot use logic to unpack this social phenomenon. I can’t claim that abortion is morally repulsive because I’m […]