I recently did an hour or so with Kevin Lynn of the Progressives for Immigration Reform. It was a great talk in which we cover a lot of ground but the most important takeaway is that when it comes to the big issues, political labels are irrelevant. They should only act as guideposts to help … Continue reading Interview: Talking Border Security with Progressives
Immigration is a tricky subject for a lot of libertarians. If there is one issue that has caused more fights in libertarian circles it is the question of restricting a person's right to movement. But in a world of private property where does that right end? We know where it is in a world of … Continue reading Mo’ Money, Mo’ Invasion
Angela Merkel is in serious trouble in Germany and pat of the reason why is the U.S.'s insistence on dragging out the war in Syria for no tangible benefit at this point. The net effect of our continued presence there will be to red-pill even more Americans that the Syrian 'Civil War' was a U.S. policy … Continue reading Gold Goats ‘n Guns Live – Merkel’s Road to Hell Goes Through Syria, Will a Trump/Putin Summer Save Her?
It looks like we are entering the end of Merkel-ism in Europe. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is approaching her final days in that position. Be it next week or the end of this year, we are looking at unprecedented change in European politics thanks to Merkel's insistence on taking in millions of Syrian and North … Continue reading Merkel’s Troubles Began in Syria and End in Italy
Here comes the flood. My worst fears of The League's leader Matteo Salvini's ego getting in the way of seizing the political moment by the horns were overblown. It feels good to be wrong every once in a while. It looks like coalition talks between The League and Five Star Movement (MS5) have been productive. … Continue reading Italy, A Parallel Currency and Immigration – Merkel’s Worst Nightmare