Over the coming weeks, I’m going to be doing some posts critiquing #BlackLivesMatter and their Guiding Principles. I will address all thirteen principles with their own post, and then summarize and offer suggestions at the end. Hopefully people will find this endeavor useful.
Progressives assert that the market cannot regulate itself. That if it were up to the market, everybody would be getting horrible products at sky high prices, and the consumers would be completely ignored and neglected. Well, I give you Exhibit A of why they are wrong. Tyson cuts ties with farmer tied to abuse video […]
From KFSM 5 News in Fort Smith Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge stated in a release that ‘open carry’ is legal. “I believe Act 746 currently bears on the ability of Arkansans to legally possess handguns on their persons and in their vehicles,” she wrote in the release. The act states someone is permitted to carry […]
Courtesy of the Rogers Police Department, this bit of anti-freedom and anti-fun news. The 7 most important things you need to know about the City of Rogers Fireworks Ordinance: 1) You can only use fireworks in the city on July 3 through July 5. What makes the city think it can tell people what they […]
I could feel the chipping stucco on my back, still hot from the pounding desert sun. So this was how it was all going to end, I thought. At least I was going out with a bang. Or six bangs, really. I was warned that this was the likely outcome when I started doing business […]
I just read the latest “OMG I used to be a libertarian but now I’m totes a sane progressive” piece from Salon, and it’s quite a work of “art.” 1) It’s almost always principals over principles w/ these people. The author spent more time complaining about uninformed Paul supporters than he did about the fundamentals of […]
Today Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel approved the popular name and ballot title for a constitutional amendment that would decriminalize marijuana in the State. As a libertarian, I think this a fantastic idea because of moral reasons (self-ownership) and the economic reasons ($14 million in a month in CO). The amendment itself starts out promising. […]