While we have been critical of the Libertarian Party [LP] and the Gary Johnson campaign, the point is not that we should not be pragmatic in promoting liberty. Rather, the point is to reflect on your efforts critically to see where you can improve. That is where true pragmatism can be found. Continue reading
I find Seah Johnson’s endorsement for her father refreshing. It is encouraging to see her articulate the principles that I have seen John McAfee, Judd Weiss, Vote Different, James Weeks II, Larry Sharpe and Adam Kokesh embrace. Continue reading
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A poll conducted by Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families shows that the troops are not very excited about the Presidential Candidates this year. While they are very dissatisfied with Trump and Clinton, they still are not overjoyed with Gary Johnson. Continue reading
This isn’t about politics. This is about cognition and the societal biases that interfere with asking questions, and learning from mistakes. Yes, Gary Johnson made an error of thought. However, asking for clarification should not be frowned upon. The gaffe was not made by Johnson but by everyone who judged him for doing what we should all strive to do: seek better understanding. Continue reading
Why should 9% of the population dictate to the rest of us that we must pick between these 2 candidates? That seems a bit absurd, especially when the approval ratings for these 2 candidates are so low. Rather, the stipulation should be placed on all of America to take the time to research 3rd party candidates and take them into consideration as well.