The political war and the culture war, framed on our terms. Ryan Ramsey 1/13/20 The battle for liberty is twofold, the first, a spiritual/cultural revival that promotes individual responsibility and voluntaryism in the community, reclaiming what the nanny state co-opted. The second is to reduce government and its impediments to personal liberty and economic freedom. … More The War Has Two Fronts
We could achieve peace for our nation and crush the ChiComs and European Socialism without firing a shot. By: Ryan Ramsey, Libertarian Veteran’s Caucus The endless trillions bled from our economy to be in the middle east is an albatross around our neck. Over extended empire was the end of Rome, and it will be … More Rethinking Foreign Policy
Surgical strikes to protect US diplomats is not interventionism. My news feed today is full of ridiculous libertarians bemoaning the airstrike that killed Qassim Suleimani in Baghdad. Shrill cries abound, about war crimes and claims Trump bombed a civilian airport. I founded the national Libertarian Veterans Caucus to deploy those who served against interventionist foreign … More Trump Goes Jefferson With Airstrike
I am not sure the Democrats thought this through.
This post is for purely informational purposes and should not be construed as support for any activity other than defense of inalienable liberties enumerated in the Bill of Rights. Just click the item you are interested in becoming educated on to be taken to the pertinent information. Information will be added to this post regularly. … More Technical Information for Virginians Facing Gun Confiscation
The Missing Link For The Libertarian Party By: Ryan Ramsey Promotion of faith, traditional values, and pride in ones heritage are the missing link in the liberty movement. Why? The dominant collectivist evil of the Wolf Age, in fact, its main catalyst, is Marxism. Marxism is the rival of Libertarianism, not Republicans or Donald Trump. … More Liberty Requires Faith, Tradition, and Heritage
As civil war seems imminent in Virginia and possibly Kentucky, an obese populace should also consider locking and loading over their fast food and the living wage. This week the Virginia National Guard was compelled to release a statement about being called to active duty in order to fight law enforcement protecting gun rights in … More Guns, Fast Food, and Secession
Libertarians are once again looking victory in the face, and deciding to blow it by ignoring tactics and political science in favor of masturbating in the echo chamber Those of you who follow me notice I rarely attack fellow libertarians now, when I used to do it alot more. At one of my leadership conferences … More On The Echo Chamber Circle Jerk
Emerging science suggests that the key to changing hearts and minds is exposure to people who defy negative stereotypes, and befriending those you are inclined to hate. By: Ryan Ramsey I have been asked many times why I spend time arguing online with leftists, NatBols, NatSocs, NeoCons, and others. The best way to become a … More The Science of Political Success – The Power of Positive Exposure
Libertarian Presidential Candidate Adam Kokesh delivers the best minute and a half of the 2020 Presidential campaign on Ben Swann’s show, contrasting America and its government. Full Interview:
There is no right to vote, universal sufferage was the fatal blow to the Republic, and its elimination the quickest way to save America. The United States of America is a Republic, and it was founded by men who hated Democracy with a passion, recognizing it for what it is, the tyranny of the majority. … More Voting- Right or Privilege?
The Indians were going to celebrate with us, but they had no border security so they are all dead now.
ICE should be abolished because it is redundant, ignoring the lessons of 911. Mines could secure our border and end pseudo-slavery at a fraction of the cost, as well as stop the tunnels that easily defeat the wall. Abolish ICE No, The Liberarian Heathen did not become a modal libertarian, but we should abolish ICE … More A New Take on ICE, the Wall, and Border Security
Love, Business, Friendships, The Common Thread I have had to navigate an enormous range of human relationships in my time on this spinning rock. I have held a variety of leadership positions in political and grassroots activist operations on national, state, and local stages. I have had a government marriage and two commonlaw marriages. I … More Musings On Relationships
A recent Reason Magazine piece is a great illustration of a major factor in LP stagnation Reason published a critique of the major parties recently, and inadvertently hit on something scientific, and part of the research cited in projects I am working on. Hate of the other guy, not good policy…that’s what motivates voters. That … More Nobody Cares If We’re Right
Why Left Wing Delusions Are So Destructive Libertarianism is Natural Law Enshrined In Politics I have a variety of people on the social media pages associated with this website. I generally do not ban contrarians as they provide fodder for good debate. Most Libertarians/Conservatives have encountered a common fallacy offerred by Marxists who still cling … More Communism, Open Borders, and Natural Law
Lesser of two evils voting comes home to roost. Tuesday, November 12, 2019. Let that date mark the beginning of tyranny, and the date America began the slide into civil war. The Supreme Court of the United States is allowing gun companies to be sued by the weak unarmed degenerates that chose to be cannon … More The War on Your Guns Just Went Nuclear
The biggest problems often have the simplest solutions. I am not a philosopher, and neither should anyone involved in politics be a philosopher in that role. Politics is for tacticians, by definition “How”, not “What”, is the question for a party officer. The LPF made its greatest gains applying a tactical program called “First Step”. … More Tactics Over Philosophy
Regardless of whether you agree with MAGA, populist uprisings are an important part of fostering peace and liberty. Tons of horse manure dumped in front of French Parliament When the masses of any society become disgruntled, something will always give. There are more of us than there are of them. Peace is what we want … More Peace, Populism, and Free Speech
A 1640’s essay from a Boston Patriot Clergyman that stands as timeless. This may serve to teach us the danger of allowing to any mortal man an inordinate measure of power to speak great things. To allow to any man uncontrollableness of speech, you see the desperate danger of it. Let all the world learn … More On the Abuse of Power – John Cotton
Communists should not die of old age. He joins all his terrorist friends like Nelson Mandela and Fidel Castro in eternal damnation and torment. Let us remember his victims by cleansing the planet of Marxism. We owe this to our progeny.
Helping Libertarians understand the voters they need to win over, in order to win elections. By: Ryan Ramsey The Boston Straight Pride Rally has been criticized by many Libertarians who do not understand why it was important. As an officer in The American Guard, which co-sponsored the event, and as a well known LPF activist … More Why A Straight Pride Rally?
The fatal blow to the American family was struck in 1968 with the passage of “The Great Society”, which rewarded women to leave or eject a contributing male. It was just a slow bleed and they killed the black and brown first so nobody cared. By: Ryan Ramsey Labor Day, 2019 First they came for … More Feminism Comes Home To Roost
Great interview of the Miami based head of the Proud Boys by one of the best in the business. Here is the CNN interview they referenced. + +
The headlines are full of wars and rumors of wars, nearly all uneccessary. On August 17, 1987, a lonely old man who refused to die was murdered in his cell after 46 years in prison. His crime? Attempting to broker a peace treaty and avoid World War 2. What would the world today be like … More Remembering The Prisoner Of Peace