As I sit here at the keyboard, I find myself hoping-against-hope that in New Hampshire, the nation, and—indeed—the world, there are flavors of libertarianism that reject the one which I contested last week in my debate on legalized suicide at the SHELL.
On Saturday afternoon, New Hampshire’s Republicans and Libertarians played each other in a hockey exhibition game. The event earned a profit of around $3,000, all of which will be given to the Children’s Scholarship Fund, a program that helps families in need find alternative education systems if government-run schools are not a good fit for the child.
Among the most successful Hip Hop artists of the past and present are NWA, Drake, Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Tom MacDonald, Wiz Khalifa, J Dilla, Eminem, 50 Cent, Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Chris Brown, ASAP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, and Logic. Their songs have been heard billions of times on YouTube alone.
However, this year, not a single person showed up to the campground for Porcfest – because they were all dead. The Free State Project’s annual festival was an epic failure.
Lastly, another stark contrast between the Libertarian and her opponents is that she has vowed to “work tirelessly to slash federal spending, make government much, much smaller, and let you keep what you earn.” Trump and Biden both love big, powerful government.
“He’s going to create a litigation Hellscape in the very near future.”
If you asked every conservative and pro-liberty individual in the US what their most important political issues were, you might find that their top concerns involved endless foreign entanglements, domestic surveillance, socialism, gun control, and immigration.