Since the Industrial Revolution, both businesses and government have grown into behemoth bureaucracies. I see the digital age as a tool for changing that. Also, I begin my quote of the week series and we pay tribute to those who have sacrificed their lives for the freedom we enjoy every day.
This new spending bill, as narrated by Sen. Paul below, is a 2200 page bill full of special interests, earmarks and needless spending. Only a couple days were given to read it before voting on it, and Sen. Paul went to work: Despite hours of tedious reading, Sen. Paul only finished 600 pages before having... Continue Reading →
Henry David Thoreau, a Transcendentalist and writer, retreated to the woods to live by a pond in the Northeast United States. Walden Pond, now famous thanks to Thoreau, inspired him to write this work that is a beautiful, cynical commentary on his time. His insights and observations on his time, however, are timeless. As you read his book you'll see why this is the case. Watch the video below to see what I mean!
This is a political philosophy that approaches the ideas of Libertarianism through a Conservative lense- thus preserving foundational institutions in efforts to promote Liberty.
The CFPB is the latest case of executive agencies overstepping their bounds, but it is all too common. It is destructive to a republic built on checks and balances to have bureaucrats writing laws without a legislature.
Net Neutrality threatens liberty online and would allow government regulations to dictate winners and losers and slow progress of internet speeds. Read more to find out how.
As cryptocurrencies grow in popularity, it becomes necessary to understand them as we move into a new economy. This article will help you understand the basics of how they work and how do use them, as well as the economic implications of crypto.
In reality, most of the "cuts" in the senate bill are just accounting maneuvers to keep everything budget neutral. There are a couple important questions to ask about this bill. What does this do to actually reduce the percentage of income that goes to taxes? Where are these tax dollars going? Will the spending and budget reflect the lowered tax rate, or will it simply continue?