Tag Archives: Libertarian
The Republican Hydra
Last year’s Republican presidential nomination process was interesting, because the candidates who contested through the process represented distinct ideological perspectives. Thus, they are proxies for the relative strength of contesting ideas within the Republican Party. The ability of candidates with … Continue reading
Top 10 Selfish Reads for 2012
The following are the top 10 books for 2012 as identified by the readers of Selfish Citizenship. Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era (Oxford History of the United States) by James M. McPherson Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand … Continue reading
Question #5: Are compulsory juries moral?
I have encountered the following questions many times; writing about it is an old old old to do task on my correct-the-naughty list. As it has come up again recently, from yet another otherwise reasonable person, let me bang this … Continue reading
Top Three Reasons to Vote Johnson for President
Following the past two day’s consideration of President Obama’s candidacy, and that of Gov. Romney, today I will consider the reasonable case for voting Gary Johnson. As only the most stoned of Gov. Johnson’s supporters thinks that he will win, … Continue reading
Question #4: For Whom Should I Vote for President?
While I am supposed to be answering your questions, I am also asking questions of myself. One of the top questions that I have is: For Whom Should I Vote for President? Truly, I will make my own decision, but … Continue reading