Tag Archives: Students For Liberty

The US Government is Stealing More Native Land

Originally written for the Students For Liberty Blogging Series, posted here on 1.1.15. Happy New Year! It would be redundant to list in a single article the plethora of abuses that the federal government has enabled, participated in, or alone … Continue reading

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A Small Guide To Protecting Your Privacy

Originally written for the Students For Liberty Blogging Series, posted here on 12.15.14 It was almost two years ago that Edward Snowden began the NSA revelations by giving journalists like Glenn Greenwald a series of documents showing how the US … Continue reading

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Ferguson October and Police Brutality

For SFL’s blogging series, I had the wonderful opportunity of interviewing Chelsea McCoy and her friend Greg Fister over their experience with civil disobedience in St. Louis. Three weeks ago, they helped take part in the beginning of Ferguson October, a … Continue reading

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Drugonomics

Originally published on Studentsforliberty.org on 10.2.14, check them out for more on the Drug War and beyond. To the average American, criminal gangs and the violence they court seem to be irrational and inexplicable phenomena. The violence perpetuated by these … Continue reading

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The Hydra Effect

This post was written originally for the Student’s for Liberty website in conjunction with their new campaign this September, ‘End the Drug War.’ Checkout Studentsforliberty.org for more great posts from other writers. In mythology, Hercules’ second feat involved killing the … Continue reading

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