William Shakespeare: An Unwitting Libertarian

To put it simply, the non-aggression principle states that coercive actions may not be initiated against others except in cases of self-defense. For many of its advocates, the non-aggression principle follows directly from the idea that power corrupts man, leading him to aggress against others for short-term gain. Interestingly, that idea lurks in many of […]

Both Sides of the Social Justice Debate

The hostility between Social Justice Warriors/PC Police and those who feel resented by them have grown to a fever pitch of intensity with the recent violence on the Berkeley Campus. While individuals and groups on both sides of this discussion around Political Correctness (PC) can sometimes intentionally be overly provocative, neither side is absent of […]

Why as a Libertarian I am voting for Gary Johnson on Principle

Libertarian Principles Before I express my opinions, let me first articulate libertarian principles for those who may read this and not be fully aware. Many people start with the non-aggression principle, or NAP.┬áThis is the idea that it is unjust to INITIATE FORCE on another individual and their property. (Not harm, we are talking a […]