Governor Gary Johnson is Back! … Though, Not as a Candidate

Governor Gary Johnson makes his Return to Politics, but thankfully, this time he isn’t running for anything. Governor Johnson Continues the Fight for Fair Debates On Monday July 10th, Former Governor of New Mexico, and former Libertarian Presidential Nominee Gary Johnson showed his supporters he’s not done fighting for liberty. In a Facebook post to his official

Lottery Winnings Taken Back from Residents Formerly on State Assistance by NY Government

Heavily liberal New York has a very surprising conservative policy when it comes to lottery winnings. If you are a beneficiary of financial government assistance in New York State and decide to try your luck at the state lottery you may want to think twice. Since 2013 the state of New York has seized an

DWAYNE THE SWAMP: Will ‘The Rock’ Run for President in 2020?

A committee to draft Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as a presidential candidate in 2020 has been formally filed. The committee called “Run the Rock 2020” was filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Sunday July 9th 2017. Johnson has joked about a presidential bid before, notably during an episode of Saturday Night Live where he portrayed

Gordon Ramsay May Have to Eat His Words…and Some Pineapple Pizza

Pineapple Pizza is making the news rounds again. World renowned Chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay may be more well known for his mouth than his philanthropy, but that doesn’t mean he has no charitable nature. Ramsay posted to instagram on July 5th 2017 that if his charity the Gordon and Tana Ramsay Foundation received

Statists Want to Ban the Sale of Smartphones to Underage Children

A Group in Colorado wants to make it illegal for your kids to buy smart electronics. In a stunning display of overreach and mollycoddling, A group called Parents Against Underage Smartphones (PAUS), located in the state of Colorado, has brought forth an initiative dubbed Initiative 29 the official title being Preservation of Natural Childhood. This

The IRS Admits Their Website is a JOKE

If you are a proponent of individual liberty and limited government, it is relatively safe to assume that you are not a fan of taxation or it’s enforcing body The Internal Revenue Service. On May 18th, 2017, the IRS sent out a memorandum stating that the FAQ’s on their website, which encompasses a thorough list of