A Love Letter to the IRS

Written by Ian Tartt   Dear IRS, Thank you so much for everything you do! I don’t even know where to begin. I guess I’ll start by talking about the money I earned that went to you last year. Sure, it would have been nice to be able to keep that money and decide for

Taxpayers Foot Bill For EPA Employee’s $15k Gym Membership

Via the Daily Caller News Foundation: “Las Vegas-based Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official used his government credit card to purchase a $14,799 gym membership. A conservative advocacy group released documents purporting to show EPA contracting officer Kevin Broadnax bought a 37-year membership at Super Sport gym on April 11, 2017. Broadnax used his government charge

Top 8 Libertarian New Years Resolutions for 2017

Written by Grant M. Deltz Associate Editor – Follow Grant on Twitter @GrantDeltz Well, 2016 is coming to a close bringing about the new year of 2017. Even though libertarian-minded folk do not like being told what to do, by others or buy themselves, let’s check out some ideas for New Year’s resolutions. 1) Get

Libertarian Lessons for Toddlers or Tyrannical Adults

 Libertarian Lessons From My House to Yours By: Crystal Byrd It’s pretty hard to be a political activist and a stay-at-home mom. In fact, with a 15 month-old it’s pretty hard to do much of anything beyond making food, changing diapers, and singing silly songs. For all the other parents out there hoping to raise

The Top Ten Libertarian Bumper Sticker Quotes

By: Brittan Northcutt We all have our go to Libertarian slogan. Our quick, cheesy, bumper sticker quote that we like to throw out there in conversation to hopefully simplify things, or even get a laugh. Like all things, some are better than others (just like Libertarians are better than Republicans and Democrats). These are the