What is Libertarianism exactly?
This is just to people who don’t have much an idea what it is. Last week I was taking my parents and a workmate of my dad’s to the Tulsa International Airport for business trip to Vegas. We were talking along the way and eventually started talking politics specifically Obamacare. I started talking and mentioned libertarian and my dad’s workmate was a little confused. I | Read More »
Robert Sarvis is a fraud
We now know who Robert Sarvis is and certainly not a genuine libertarian and more like a LINO (libertarian-in-name-only). Like with the Republican Party, the Libertarian Party over the past couple election cycles has put up candidates with no real principle (Gary Johnson and Bob Barr). Robert Sarvis is no exception to the rule. For one thing when it comes to fiscal issues while he | Read More »
What’s the situation in Virginia?
Now I really like Ken Cuccinelli (why’s it so difficult to spell?). I’ve pretty much endorsed him already. But the campaign is going horribly over there. Polling pretty much shows Terry McAuliffe in a solid lead. Some of it has to do with Libertarian candidate Robert Sarvis starving Cuccinelli of votes obviously, but things are just not looking good at the moment. Something should be | Read More »
The Senate Races To Concentrate On
Obviously we’ve got a lot of Senate seats up for reelection and with a lot of them up for grab. Twenty-two are held by Dem; 10 of them at least have the potential to switch GOP with 3 or 4 of these seats that likely will do so. Fourteen GOP seats up with 2 of them Georgia and Kentucky at least somewhat competitive. I’ll mainly | Read More »
The libertarian generation
The GOP leadership in DC should take note of this. The Republican Party is becoming and soon will be more libertarian. When I say libertarian, I mean the youngsters like myself (I’m technically unenrolled but that’s beside the point) who are changing the GOP from the inside out. Just like at people like Justin Amash and Thomas Massie in the House and Rand Paul in | Read More »
Repeal the 16th amendment
I previously wrote a diary about repealing the 17th amendment which would return the authority of electing senators to the state legislatures where it properly belongs. That amendment is culprit to allowing the kind of power the federal government posses today. There’s another one that’s responsible and that’s the 16th amendment (the progressive income tax). It has led to the creation of the IRS which | Read More »
Time to repeal the 17th amendment
The major reason why there’s so much overspending and assaults by the federal government on states rights is because it was allowed to happen through the direct election of senators. Before the establishment of the 17th amendment senators were appointed by the states as as a way of safeguarding their rights. That’s the reason why every state each has 2 senators so as to give | Read More »
Nobody is getting it still (well mostly everybody)
Recently the NJ Supreme Court has ruled that ssm can go into effect as scheduled making the state the 14th to do so. I’m not here to talk about NJ, rather the whole marriage debate. When I look at both sides pro-gay marriage or pro-traditional marriage for all the differences, I see one distinct similarity: government has authority to recognize your marriage and give you | Read More »
We can’t and/or shouldn’t primary all the RINOs
We’ve obviously been talking a lot about primary challenges to the bastards who’ve sold us in the Pro-Liberty movement time and time again. And I’m pretty much in that camp too. We can obviously get somebody better than Lindsey Graham, Thad Cochran, Mitch McConnell or Lamar Alexander elected from their respective states. But I will NOT support primary challenges to all moderate Republicans. Reason no. | Read More »
Now can we consider the Pruitt challenge?
Well the GOP leadership is caving yet again. And I sure as hell don’t intend to give them a break until they outright apologize, retire or their @$$e$ are thrown out in a primary. But what Obamacare? The battle shall continue there as well. I’m not buying any bull$hit for a moment that this is gonna be impossible to dismantle. The left says it’s the | Read More »