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Memorial Day Isn’t Just for Cookouts

May 21st, 2015 (No Comments)

For many, Monday is the last of a three-day holiday weekend. A mark of the beginning of summer, this weekend is likely to be filled with activities, cookouts, and even special retail sales. Here in Indianapolis, this weekend is home to one of the biggest events in motorsports, the Indianapolis 500. But the day off of work, [...]

Are You Using Facebook to Advocate for Liberty?

May 20th, 2015 (No Comments)

This week, a friend of mine blocked and unfriended someone they’ve known for years after years of arguing over issues that do not directly affect either of them, but get them fired up. I understand wanting to rid one’s self of negativity and people who drive that stress level up, UP, UP!, but what is accomplished by [...]

Most Effective Outreach? Lead By Example

May 13th, 2015 (No Comments)

I’m often asked what I find to be the most effective ways to share libertarian ideas. My answer? Lead by example. Don’t worry about word choice, which book to recommend, or how you will answer a tough question. Start by being a shining example of what a libertarian is. When you live your life in [...]

Which Libertarian Are You?

May 6th, 2015 (No Comments)

As libertarian philosophy gains popularity in response to the repeated failures of government, we need to define which type of libertarians we want to be. Our numbers are growing, and as we reach critical mass, we need to start to specialize our activities. In my mind, there are three kinds of libertarians: the candidates, the [...]

Woody Harrelson: People Would Do Fine Without Government

June 24th, 2013 (No Comments)

Woody Harrelson is one of the world’s most famous and respected film stars. He’s also well known as an outspoken activist for causes including civil liberties, peace, environmental issues and relegalizing marijuana. In an interview in the June / July 2013 Issue of Details magazine Harrelson expands on his political views — revealing a strong skepticism about [...]