FCC Votes To Begin Process of Repealing Net Neutrality

  In late April, Ajit Pai, the new Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, announced that he would hold a vote to repeal the Obama administration regulations controlling the ability of internet service providers to charge different rates and give more or less speed to certain websites. As of Thursday, the FCC voted 2-1, to…

Libertarian Tipping Wave Sweeps The Country

What started as a Reddit post has now expanded to a movement of Libertarians giving gifts instead of tips to waitresses. The Missouri resident left a note on the receipt of “Taxation is Theft” along with an explanation that “This is not a tip. This is a personal gift and not subject to federal or…

Criticisms #4: Divided We Fall

by Luke Henderson Continuing my articles meant to address the common criticisms of libertarianism, this week I planned on doing something a little different and addressing a criticism of libertarians from other libertarians. A recent article on Being Libertarian claimed that the infighting between liberty-minded people needs to cease so that we can appear to…

Breaking: Rep. Justin Amash Looking For Libertarian Legislative Assistant

by Luke Henderson Michigan Representative Justin Amash is looking for a Libertarian minded person to fill the role as his legislative assistant. The details of the job can be found below: “My office is seeking a bright, creative, and self-motivated legislative assistant focused on economics to join our Washington, DC-based policy team. The legislative assistant…

Florida Libertarian Wins City Council Seat

by Luke Henderson Frostproof, Florida elected Libertarian Austin Gravley to City Council at the beginning of April. Gravely received 62 percent of the vote in a two-candidate race, making him the second Libertarian elected official for the city. Libertarian Martin Sullivan was elected as Assistant Mayor in 2015. Part of his platform consisted of maintaining…