A Letter to Libertarians

Exploring Left/Right Common Ground, Post-Scarcity, and Panarchy To Whom This May Concern, In light of #BottomUnity, I want to have a talk about economic systems. I don’t think people should be enemies just for having different economic views. In fact, in a free society, I do believe there is a way where EVERYONE can be happy. This utopian ideal is not without flaws of course, but we should at least STRIVE for it, in my opinion. […]

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The Case for Supreme

Making My Case With 2020 approaching, the Libertarian presidential candidates are getting into gear to win the party’s nomination. As of December 16, 2019, there are 47 people who filed with the FEC to run for president under the Libertarian line. I’m going to make my case for why my endorsement is going to Vermin Supreme. Like anyone else, I want The Libertarian Party to be taken seriously by the rest of the country. I […]

Where I Stand on Abortion

The most heated debate issue right now is abortion. No question about that. If you want the back and fourth view of both stances, you should read The Abortion Epidemic. This is a personal reflection of my own stance. The democratic slogan “My Body, My Choice” is profoundly libertarian. However, we extend that principle to all instances such as drugs and prostitution. As most people know, I am strongly Pro-Choice and vehemently against abortion bans. […]

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Should Animals Be The Subjects of Biomedical Experimentation?

Since the dawn of time, animals have stood alongside humans, some posing as predators or prey to our kind, some being used as resources or tools, while others serve as our lifelong companions. For decades there has been the everlasting debate regarding the welfare of animals and whether or not we have the right to take their lives and use them as subjects of biomedical research experimentation for our own benefit. Many people who advocate […]

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How Civil War Lead to Civil Rights

The Civil War (1861 – 1865) Reconstruction (1863 – 1877) The Civil Rights Movement (1954 – 1968) The United States of America – in 1861 – became a divided country, at war within itself. The South seceded from the Union, and southern states formed The Confederate States of America. Over the issue of slavery, primarily, the North and the South fought a bloody war on American soil that lasted 4 years. After the war, the […]

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