Guns Mask Americas Growing Mental Health Problem 

Since public mass shootings were introduced to the general American population in 1999 with the Columbine High School Massacre, they have seen a steady increase in frequency.  And while the media will talk about everything from gun reform, to school safety measures, almost no one wants to touch the elephant in the room.  Mental health problems.

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More Tariffs On China: Doubling Down On Bad Policy

After a round of steel and aluminum tariffs that were a clear shot at China with almost every other major exporter nation being protected by immunity rocked the markets, President Trump doesn't seem done pounding them with export fees.   Recently announced technology tariffs are another direct shot at our number one threat to our seat as the number one economy the world. 

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Everyone Loses in 2,000 Page, $1.3 Trillion Dollar Omnibus Bill

This will be less of a criticism of the actual contents of the massive 2000 plus page spending bill for the next 6 months, but more about the general downfalls with signing a $1.3 trillion dollar bill that large.   There are so many things wrong simply with the idea of a bill that large passing that quickly that it deserves its own dedicated article.

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Libertarian Parties Mismanaged Efforts

While many in the Libertarian Party saw the 3.28% of votes 2016 Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson's a major victory.  However another sector of the LP saw this as yet another fumble of time, money, and efforts.   Libertarians have continued to ignore local infrastructure and aim for the biggest seat around, the presidency.

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Why Google Should Be Able To Censor Political Opponents

Internet companies censoring political oppositions has become publicized more and more as of late.  If it was Project Veritas exposing Twitter or PragerU's lawsuit with Youtube most of the social media titan have been exposed for silencing particular views. Silenced pockets are calling for action, but it that really liberty?

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Libertarian Party Harmed By Public Image

Over the years the media has had a field day attempting to portray the Libertarian Party as a less than political party, but the LP has not done much to help their own cause.  The lack of structure within the Libertarian Party has allowed it to be hijacked at times by people who only harm the plan. 

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How To Survive The Next Recession

The cyclical nature of an economy makes it a certainty you will see a few recession in your life time, and with our last one almost ten years behind us now it is safe to start preparing for the next one.  There are a bunch of steps people can take to minimize the impact of a perspective recession or even worse a depression.

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Lack Of Agreed Upon Facts Threaten Americas Democracy (Opinion)

There used to be a time when although Republicans and Democrats still did not agree, they could at least agree upon a set of underlying facts that were true.  It seems now more than ever in 2018 that the left and the right are playing with two different sets of facts on any given issue, and if continued can be catastrophic.

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Passive Income Investments: Key To Financial Freedom

Billions sit in banks every day void of any real growth potential.  As that money sits there, all of that money that could be multiplying for it's owners, it is just sitting their letting inflation rot away at it.     Passive income is exactly as it sounds, income that accumulates as time passes without any effort.  

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Market Review : Stocks Move Sideways As Turbulence Settles For Now

The stock market temporarily appears to be stabilizing.  With back to back days in the green an optimist could believe we are in the clear, but one should not assume this most recent run is indicative of any future improvement.  More likely on cast with the turbulent 2018 previously discussed. 

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Smaller Government Still Best Way To Promote Individual Success (Opinion)

Over the course of thousands of years humans have had the ability to witness thousands of different forms of government. Government's trials and errors have been documented for centuries now giving us a pretty clear picture in 2018 of what works and what doesn't at this point.  What is right and wrong.  Or so you would think.

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