Forgiving Gets Easier With Practice

Forgiving gets easier with practice. For one, you come to the realization that you have no idea what others are going through....

The Real Reasons You Procrastinate and How to Stop

The following article was originally published on Jake's Health Solutions, a general health information site, and is republished here with permission from Lisa...

True Citrus: Finally, a drink mix that is helping me give up (diet) soda!

Around 30 years ago, when I was in my early- to mid-twenties and working in a machine shop, I used smokeless...

I Am Not “Anti-Government”

Upon viewing a sizable portion of my Facebook posts, as well as many of my articles published here on my blog and...

One’s Relationships Are Private & Sacrosanct—But One’s Property, Business Dealings, Finances, & Bank Accounts...

Recently, a female friend of mine shared the following meme on Facebook: According to the commentary she included when she shared it, she disagreed: "Um...no. How about...

Could App-Based Businesses Lead to the Demise of the State?

One of the benefits (I hope) of the advent of more and more of these app-based businesses—such as like Uber or Lyft, which people can...

Divide & Conquer: Will Internal Squabbling be the Downfall of the Liberty Movement?

I continue to watch in amazement as so many in the liberty community incessantly attack one another. I find it rather perplexing; we're...

Being Right vs. Being Helpful

Today, I've something stuck in my craw, and I need to vent (I know, shock!): I don't know if Dr. Wayne Dyer...

Incentive vs. Disincentive: How Capitalism Creates Prosperity, & Socialism Causes Poverty

I recently posted the following on Facebook: "I wonder: if we called capitalism "incentivism", and socialism "disincentivism", would it be easier for...

The Lowest Animal | Mark Twain

Note: The following essay was written by Mark Twain sometime around 1896 - 1897 (both dates are listed by various sources online); and...

The Voluntaryist’s Dilemma: How Contextual Dichotomy Inhibits Sociological & Political Discourse

Over the past few months, I've found that's it's become increasingly difficult—if not downright impossible—to engage in political or sociological discussions and/or debates on social media. Not...

How the “Selfie Phenomenon” is Re-Defining Beauty

I really liked this video (below), and it makes a very salient point toward the end: that social media (Internet/digital technology)...

A Word About Women in the Military

On Tuesday, Feb 2 2016, at a Senate hearing on women in combat, two senior military leaders—General Robert B. Neller, the...

Doesn’t Play Well With Others

I'm beginning to believe that things are about to get really ugly, all around the world. Why? Because throughout history, collectivism...

Make Americans Free Again!

Donald Trump is running for President, because he says he wants to "Make America Great Again!" But not me... I don't want to...

A New Writing Experiment: Three Micro-Fiction Stories

I believe that when creating a work of fiction, it's the writer's job to supply characters, dialogue, and action, and just enough clues...

Darren’s Homer | A Short Story

Recently, I gave myself another writing challenge: one night, while lying in bed, I decided to see if I could conjure a random opening scene: how about...

Victimhood Pays In Our Politicized Economy

We are now several generations into government-run schooling, which, rather than properly educating children (teaching them to think for themselves—critical thinking, individualism,...

Kunta Kinte Had it Coming

The following article was authored by Bretigne Shaffer for her blog On The Banks. I think the message she relays herein is important and needs to be...

Voluntaryism is an Ideology, Not a System

I've got something stuck in my craw, and I need to vent a little: I'm getting sick and tired of people accusing Voluntaryists...