Libertarian Presidential Candidates

Should the Libertarian Party run a POTUS candidate in 2024?

I’ve joined Clubhouse app, a new form of social media that I’ve described as live interactive podcasts that are not recorded for the public. The libertarian contingent on the app is still quite small. While having a conversation with some libertarians a few days ago, a participant suggested […]

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The Republican Party is Dying from the Era of Trumpism

The Republican Party is Dying from the Age of Trumpism Saturday the United States Senate voted 57-43 to acquit former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial. 7 Republican senators joined the Democrats to vote for conviction in a sign that the Republican Party is splintering following […]

Constitutional Similarities

Constitutional Similarities from the 18th Century and Today

Constitutional Similarities from the 18th Century and Today As a student of early American History, I see issues plaguing our current political system that is similar to the issues that perplexed our Federalist and Anti-Federalist founders in the late 1700s. While the Federalists favored a more powerful centralized […]

Constitutionality of Convicting a Former President

The Constitutionality of Convicting a Former President

constitutionality of convicting a former President Now that second impeachment trial is over for former President Donald Trump it is worth analysis on how this all went down and argue why it is Constitutional to put a former President on Trial in the United States Senate. January 6th […]

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