Author Archive

Friday Roundup!

by

Happy Friday friends, We’re celebrating our first ever day of over 1,000 views — pretty stoked! Here’s what Jeremy and I read this week: Jeremy’s Picks Obama administration abuses against the free press. Huffington… Continue reading

Part II: Libertarianism in American Politics

by

This is the second part of a five-part essay on the coming alliance of libertarian and progressive Millennials in American Politics. Part I can be found here. In order to see the potential… Continue reading

Friday Roundup!

by

Every week, Jeremy and I will each submit our top three reads. Here’s what we’ve been delving into: Jeremy’s Picks Rand Paul rises on the Senate floor in opposition to drone warfare and… Continue reading

Part I: Slouching Towards Washington: The New Millennial Arc

by

“Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold” — W.B. Yeats I thought a lot about my reasons for starting this… Continue reading

What Westeros Can Tell Us About Free Markets

by

**Mild spoilers for this week’s episode of Game of Thrones follow.** In case you didn’t know, I’m a giant nerd. So it’s no surprise that I’m totally obsessed with Game of Thrones, the… Continue reading

SNAP: A Window into Entrenched Interests

by

The SNAP Program, formerly known as the Food Stamp Program, is a perennial punching bag for conservatives and the subject of intense debate for Americans across the political gamut. It crosses major fault… Continue reading