The Liberty Alternative

Since the Republican Party and it’s voters have decided that they have a strong desire to be ruled, there is only one alternative for me. The Libertarian Party. #AP4LP


Since the Republican Party and it’s voters have decided that they have a strong desire to be ruled, there is only one alternative for me. The Libertarian Party. Recently I have come to the realization that I am a Libertarian, however, for those who supported Cruz and Rubio and others, there is an alternative.

The best Libertarian candidate for you is Austin Peterson. He’s the only pro-life candidate left in the race. While others may want to leave the abortion question to the states, he wants to give alternatives to women before the baby is conceived. Abortion, however, is not the only issue.

Petersen consistently advocates for a small, bite size government that leave the people alone and allows the free market to flourish. This radical idea is something we Americans have not had since Calvin Coolidge. If this man gets any sort of attention, we can change the political scene for a long time.

Libertarians would have more access to the ballot, and freedom and liberty would be given a voice. To those who say a vote for the Libertarian Party is a vote for Clinton, I would ask, is a vote for the Green Party a vote for Trump? The answer is no.

We have a chance here to put Liberty back in the mainstream debates. We have a chance to make sure the Constitution isn’t completely shredded. We must not blow this chance to make a loud statement to the two statist parties. I voted for Romney last time, and I’m not settling this time.

Those of you still on the fence, please do research on Austin Petersen, and others in the race and make a decision consistent with your principles. If the goal is a smaller government, then Petersen is your man. Otherwise, do as you see best in this great free country of ours.



There Outta Be A Law: A Short Story

But the law is not a breast that fills itself with milk. Nor are the lacteal veins of the law supplied with milk from a source outside the society. – Frederic Bastiat 

One day a man named Mr. Jim C. Statist walked down State Street in Chicago. He saw a young man spit out tobacco juice. He was disgusted that the man was allowed to do this. Immediately Mr. Statist called his alderman and complained, saying, “There outta be a law!” 

The next day Mr. Statist was walking down Lake Street in Oak Park. He wasn’t paying attention to where he was going and almost got hit by a cyclist. He immediately complained to his friend who lived there about it, and his friend petitioned to the Mayor, declaring, “There outta be a law!” 

A couple of weeks later, Mr. Statist and his wife were driving down a residential street and saw some kids throwing a baseball around. They got out of the way when the Statist’s car pulled up, however, Mr. And Mrs. Statist were concerned and told their friend they had visited about it. Their friend agreed and called his mayor, exclaiming, “There outta be a law!”

Little did Jim Statist know, his love of laws was restricting the freedom of others. No longer was there any personal responsibility, the state was responsible for everything and everyone. He went out of the way to do what he thought was good, however an abuse of lawmaking power had limited liberty. 

Jim was confronted by several friends. He did not like what they had to say about their opinions. Hey cried, “There outta be a law!”, and ran to the state legislature to restrict speech. Luckily, that was an unconstitutional request. Instead he resorted to shaming those who disagreed with him on the Internet. They, however, did not cry, “There outta be a law!” 

Scott Walker: No Degree -No Problem

Very interesting. I agree with everything in this post.

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It’s been a while since I posted on my blog, I’ve been experiencing a case of extreme writers block. Then it occurred to me to me to start blogging my facebook rants! Here you go folks!

So Democrats think that Scott Walker not finishing college is terrible thing? This is the elitist thinking of private school, ivy league idiot liberals. They are very Out of touch, not everyone can go to college, some people have to work!

College is not for everyone, Sean Hannity had to drop out of college for a while because he couldn’t afford college. Mark Zuckberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs all dropped out and odds are we’re all using their products right now in some fashion.

Funny Meme I made 🙂

People, big fancy Harvard degrees are no longer what they used to be, now days most Harvard grads are being laughed at for…

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Why is it So Important?

Right now everyone is obsessed with college basketball because of March Madness. It’s all good fun and making brackets is pretty cool too. I used to make brackets and passively watch to see how well I did. I was never much of a college basketball fan however, so I’ve never done exceptionally well.

    I’ve always wondered why people would bet on these games, especially since they are so unpredictable. It baffles me.

    While everyone has their own ideas about what to do with their money, betting may be the most foolish idea ever. Also, since when did betting make things more fun? For me, watching the games is enough. I did not make a bracket this year, simply because I did not want to. I could have without betting, and most of my friends did. I might do it next year.

    This leads me to my next question, why did sports become so important and engulfing in our society? We don’t focus on the important things going on around us anymore. We are distracted in epic proportions and it is scary. Instead of being aware of our country and other countries, we go and tailgate and get drunk. We do not seem to take life seriously at all. Most of all, we are ignoring God and putting college basketball and other sports in His place. In essence, sports is America’s god.

    Sports being your god is dangerous. Sports cannot die for your sin. Sports cannot teach you love. Sports will not save you from Satan’s temptation. Sports can be useful if managed the right way. Sports can teach life lessons and discipline. Sports can teach a man how to keep his body healthy and to take care of his temple. However, if sports is put on a pedestal in your life, and made into your god, you are in a dangerous place.

    Don’t get me wrong, I love sports as much as anybody. However I’ve come to realize that in our culture, sports as taken a dangerous place in the hearts of men. Men idolize sports heroes, and women worship their bodies. Athletes many times have way too much of an impact on the thoughts of young people. Some, like Tim Tebow and Reggie White have used it the right way, while others are too immature to realize that they are role models whether they like it or not, and do foolish things.

    The best way to combat this is to emphasize education and to educate the right way. No government should have to tell parents how to parent, but sadly, the generation before us is very immature, and all they have is the government to guide them, when they should be relying on God. And everywhere I go, all I hear is people talking about how Kentucky won and no one is really talking about Jesus, myself included. I feel like this is a wrong picture. Something is missing in this picture. The athletes are only able to jump and run and play because God allows them to.

    Even when a well-known speaker came to my campus a few days ago, everyone was excited because of the speaker. Why can’t we always be excited when someone is going to speak about Jesus!? Why do we only get excited when someone popular is coming or a great athlete is speaking? Why is our attitude messed up? Why are we this way?

    We are this way because we are human. We must thank God every day for His grace. However, just because He shows grace and mercy does not mean we should continue in our ignorant ways. We must fight to love God, He will help us. He already guaranteed it. We must act on it. Praise God for that!

    I hope that whoever reads this will understand, I am not saying don’t play or watch sports, knock yourself out. Just remember who created you and remember what is really important. Remember what the world is going through right now. Examine yourself, what are your priorities? Who is important to you? Make sure God is at the top of the list!