Your Happiness Is What You Make of It

This past October, Katy Khaos, her husband, and I made the trek from the suburbs of Philadelphia to Brooklyn to attend LibertyFest 2014.  This was the first libertarian event of any significance that I had ever... Read More...

Being an ideologue is not for everyone

Some things are not for everyone.  I started playing soccer for the first time in my life this summer and let me tell you, kicking a ball is not my thing.  But that’s okay, I understand my limitations.  I’m not... Read More...

Is there a problem with being idealistic?

As a libertarian, I’m often told, “You’ll never get what you want” and “You’re being too idealistic.” It’s true, the likelihood that we achieve a society free from all harmful coercion and where all transa... Read More...

The flag

Every once in awhile, a huge controversy comes out that sets the entire country abuzz.  It’s something shocking, unexpected, and usually makes one group of people look pretty terrible.  Those involved go in... Read More...

It’s a difficult responsibility…

With Christmas just behind us, we have all faced the influx of Christmas decorations, Christmas music, and Christmas movies. Just the other day, the classic Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town was on the television. ... Read More...