Influences Behind Lord of Columbia

If you’re a fan of Harry Potter, Star Wars, Libertarian politics, the principles of liberty, the American Revolution, and noninterventionism, this is a trilogy for you.

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Passion is Something Worth Dying For

Why Writing is my Ultimate Passion, Which Might Lead to Speaking to Stop the Most Notorious Organized Crime Scheme the World has Ever Seen   Okay, so how did I spend much of my downtime on Thursday?   I spent my time watching this video and tomorrow I’ll be researching a few articles, more videos, … Continue reading Passion is Something Worth Dying For

Talk About Sensitivity in A Politically Correct Environment

As a writer who follows politics and global issues, writing about sensitive information has become the norm. Sure, it’s burned some bridges, but it’s also given me my own unique niche. It’s not going to impress everyone, but neither will Lord of Columbia. In fact, Lord of Columbia isn’t for everyone, but a target audience who preaches and believes in the principles of liberty.

Donald Trump’s Giant Blunder

As a libertarian, I love lower taxes, and Trump’s administration did just that a few months ago. He lowered the tax code for all Americans. Sure, it’s still not where it needs to be, but it’s getting closer. I’ve always been a believer in a flat-tax where all people (corporations included) would pay an equal percentage somewhere between ten and fifteen percent. However, Trump’s tax code only benefits the richest Americans, which is the typical liberal’s argument. Yet unlike liberal America, a libertarian points to two entities: the size of government, which can be broken into sub-entities, and the Federal Reserve Bank.