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Libertarianism 101

This from just yesterday:

CNN: US and Western officials caught off guard by escalation with Wagner chief, sources say

This from 3 hours ago:

Zero Hedge: US Intelligence Knew Of Wagner Plot Days In Advance, Briefed Congress


This from earlier in the week:

CNN: Banging sounds heard during Titan search, according to internal US government memo

This from later in the week:

Daily Mail: Top secret US Navy sonar detected Titan sub implosion HOURS after submersible lost contact with mothership - Sparking questions as to why a multi-million dollar international rescue effort was launched


This from earlier in the week:

NBC News: Legal experts say the charges against Hunter Biden are rarely brought

Politico: Did Hunter Biden get off easy? We asked the experts.

The leniency — or lack thereof — of the plea agreement may be in the eye of the beholder.


I am not going back into history a hundred years, I am literally going back into time one week.

The U.S. Government is too big and unwieldy to work effectively. The power of America needs to be re-focused on the state and individual levels.

Your argument is that the government is fine, they just don't tell the truth all the time. Or some agencies know the truth, but don't tell other agencies. Uhhh, that's not a better argument.

Democrats and Republicans play the game that they're enemies, but think of America as a giant corporation. Neither party wants LESS jobs for their team, it's really that simple....

I am not in the mood for tirades today.

Libertarianism 101:

The U.S. Government to too big.

U.S. Citizens have rights delineated in the Constitution.

Lesson over.

Editor's Note:

We loved Gary Johnson, voted for him twice.

We lukewarm supported Jo Jorgensen, voted for her once.

This is very early handicapping for the 2024 Libertarian Race

Tulsi Gabbard: We would run to the ballot box to vote for her. Our preferred choice.

Justin Amash: We would run to the ballot box to vote for him. A close second choice.

Chase Oliver: To be determined.

Jo Jorgensen: It depends whether we would vote for her again.

Spike Cohen: Spike crossed the line today. He will not be getting my vote in 2024. I am working on that article separately.

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