Fascism and National Socialism are often mistaken for being one and the same thing. Yes, these ideologies did have a lot in common, yet some of the differences are substantial.
How many libertarians have encountered a socialist online who disdainfully presumes to know more about libertarianism than libertarians know about libertarianism?
A run-down of libertarian symbols from the porcupine to the Gadsden flag, explaining what they mean and why they're associated with the libertarian movement.
Brief history of isolationism and interventionism in the US, and current trends in American attitudes.
In the 19th century, two philosophies struggled for supremacy. They were Marxism and transcendentalism. Marxism takes a materialist view of the cosmos, while transcendentalism takes a more, what can be called, mystical...
Standing up and placing a hand on one's heart when Old Glory passes is a tradition that respects America and her possibilities, and honors service men and women. A reflective essay...
This hub looks at one of the oldest theoretical tools used to look at International relations and gauges it relevance.
The idea of a social contract is one of conflicting and differentiating viewpoints. The Social Contract itself is the idea that society forms a basic compact with a government or an established power and both operate in...
In the leadup to the invasion of Iraq Americans were given several reasons why it was necessary to go to war with them but the real reasons were not told.
Today, public discourse happens online. Blogs, article comments and social media are the new public gathering spaces. This can be called internet intellectual self-defense. The martial arts of ideas.
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