Category Archives: Politics

Radical Agenda EP137 – K.O.

Radical Agenda EP137 - K.O.

After getting trounced in Indiana’s GOP primary last night, Ted Cruz finally took the hint and suspended his campaign. John Kasich still hasn’t gotten the message yet, but Donald Trump is the presumptive presidential nominee for the Republican party and will most likely be going on to face Hillary Clinton in the general election. The odds of it going in any other way are too small to calculate at this point. In my book this is one of the greatest

Chris Cantwell vs. Lauren Southern

Chris Cantwell vs. Lauren Southern

Awhile back I was invited to be a guest on Standoff with Lauren Southern of TheRebel.media to talk about my support for Donald Trump. I don’t think she was quite ready for my answers. I told her, amongst other things, that freedom cannot exist in the presence of leftists and a democratically elected government. That I would prefer to take from leftists the opportunity to elect a government, but failing that, a brutal regime to throw them out of helicopters would be

Radical Agenda EP134 – Swept

Radical Agenda EP134 - Swept

Bored of winning yet? God Emperor Trump crushed our rivals in last night’s popularity contest and is almost certainly going to be the Republican nominee for president of the United States. The smell of desperation lingers in the nostrils of Ted Cruz’s concubines as he struggles to achieve an erection. John Kasich giggles like a schoolgirl counting up the frequent flyer miles he accumulated during the campaign, which as best as I can figure was the only reason he ran in the first place.

Down With Democracy

Down With Democracy

As I write this, the headline at Drudge Report is about another “voterless victory” for Ted Cruz in the 2016 Republican Primary against Donald Trump. This comes on the heels of him winning the state of Colorado in a similar fashion. On the other side of the spectrum, Hillary Clinton leads Bernie Sanders in delegates to the Democratic convention, in no small part thanks to “Super Delegates” from states where Senator Sanders actually won. There are mixed opinions about these

Radical Agenda EP124 – Walter Block

Radical Agenda EP124 - Walter Block

Walter Block is a senior fellow at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, a regular columnist at LewRockwell.com, author of hundreds of articles in various libertarian journals, and author, editor, and co-editor of many books which include Defending the Undefendable; Lexicon of Economic Thought, Economic Freedom of the World 1975-1995; Rent Control: Myths and Realities; Discrimination, Affirmative Action, and Equal Opportunity; Theology, Third Word Development and Economic Justice; Man, Economy, and Liberty: Essays in Honor of Murray N. Rothbard; Religion, Economics, and Social Thought;

And So The Backpedaling Begins

And So The Backpedaling Begins

It was quite the run. Donald Trump has shattered the rules of respectability politics, and forever altered the American political landscape, perhaps even that of the world. He’s been called a racist, a misogynist, a violent lunatic, Hitler incarnate and he never skipped a beat. For a moment there it seemed nothing could back down Trump. He even went to bat for his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski when that lying piece of filth Michelle Fields manufactured a bogus battery charge against him. I’ve

Bernie Sanders Is Racist

Bernie Sanders Is Racist

By the thinking (if you can call it that) of Bernie Sanders and most leftists, the fact that black people make up a percentage of the prison population disproportionate to their representation in the general population, is prima facie evidence of a racist criminal justice system. The choices those black people made have absolutely nothing to do with it. Whether or not black people commit more crime than whites is irrelevant. The rampant single motherhood, welfare dependency, and cultural degeneracy

Donald Trump Cured My Addiction

Donald Trump Cured My Addiction

My last drink was on December 27th 2015. Perhaps with just three months sobriety under my belt, it’s a tad early to say my addiction is “cured”. Indeed, I am still but a sober alcoholic and that will likely be the case for as long as I’m alive, but in my two decades of unrepentant alcoholism I’ve had a few such periods of sobriety, and there is something remarkably different about this one. To understand that difference, I should rewind

Petition: Donald Trump Should Buy Twitter

Donald Trump Should Buy Twitter

Today I started the following petition at iPetitions. I encourage you to sign it. Ever since the adoption of Twitter’s Orwellian named “Trust & Safety Council,” an institution made up entirely of left wing fanatics which is worthy of neither trust nor safety, Twitter has banned, downgraded, or silenced numerous right wing commentators, especially those supportive of Donald Trump. Purposely targeting the supporters of a major party’s presidential front runner is a blatant act of political activism. Twitter is of

Ian Freeman Kicked out of Free State Project

Ian Freeman Kicked out of Free State Project

In April of 2012 I moved to New Hampshire, joining hundreds of other libertarians in a political migration commonly referred to as The Free State Project. There is a corporation one might consider to be at the head of this, known as the Free State Project, herein referred to as FSP inc. Differentiating between the political migration and the corporation is an important thing to do, since the corporation has little to do with the effort at this point. They are

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