8 Times Breaking the Law Created Positive Change

By: Jeff Caldwell, II 1. Boston Tea Party   The Boston Tea Party was the first significant act of defiance by American colonists. John Adams and the Sons of Liberty destroyed imported tea from the British East India Company on December 16, 1773 by throwing the tea into the harbor. The group of colonists damaged the property in retaliation

This Heroic Boy Faked Being Hit By Sniper Fire To Save His Sister’s Life

Post by Fox & Friends. Fox News is reporting on a video from Syria, where a young boy was seen faking that he had been hit by sniper fire in order to save his sister. The video was released by a news service which is protesting the actions taken by the government of Bashar al-Assad,

Should Libertarians Support The Confederacy?

Was Southern secession about states’ rights, or was it about maintaining chattel slavery? Was Abraham Lincoln a hero, or was it just to save the Union? The Cato Institute put together a video arguing about why libertarians should not support the slavery, if their intention is to champion individual rights. From Libertarianism.org Why shouldn’t libertarians