The next time that you find yourself driving on the highway, try to obey the speed limit. If you live in New Hampshire like I do, this probably means that you’ll be driving slower than 70 MPH. I guarantee that you’ll be passed by nearly every single driver. Technically, they are Read more…
This is a continuation of ‘What is a Libertarian? Pt. 1’. In this installment of the series, we will address the varying beliefs on self-defense, gun rights, and the rule of law held by the three ideologies/parties.
On June 22nd, the news broke that an 18 year old girl and her boyfriend were accosted on the side of a road in Lorain, Ohio by an armed man.
They do this despite knowing all too well how dangerous it is to work as a police officer, especially in the current climate.
If a cop pulls you over for driving 90 MPH, wouldn’t the cop have to drive at least 100 MPH (and weave through traffic) to catch up to you and pull you over? In states where 80 MPH is considered reckless driving automatically, how is the cop not automatically guilty of super-reckless driving for catching up to you?