Criticisms #9: Why Don’t You Leave?

Continuing my series on libertarian criticisms, I will address the argument that if libertarians don’t like living in the United States, then we should move to a country that has less regulations and less laws. Firstly, it should be noted that this argument is more than likely a shut-down of the conversation when the other…

Criticisms #8: No Groups, Ever!

Continuing my series on libertarian criticisms, I will address the argument that libertarians want no groups or anyone to ever do anything in groups. This argument first appeared to me when I was browsing articles and essays searching for the most common criticisms of libertarianism. An author for Ethical Spectacle, wrote an essay entitled Why…

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…