The war on drugs, initiated by President Nixon in 1971, aimed to combat drug abuse and drug trafficking in the United States. However, over the past 50 years, it has become increasingly clear that the war on drugs has been an utter failure and has caused more harm than good. Here are some of the key reasons why the war on drugs has failed:
Consent culture is a movement that promotes the idea that all forms of intimacy, whether physical or emotional, should be entered into with the explicit consent of all parties involved. This movement aims to create a world where individuals are empowered to make their own choices about their bodies and personal space, and where boundaries are respected at all times. One critical aspect of consent culture is the right to self-defense.Read more
COVID-19 pandemic has been one of the greatest challenges faced by the world in recent history, causing widespread economic, social, and political upheaval. While many have praised the actions taken by governments and public health officials to respond to the crisis, others have raised serious concerns about the measures that've been implemented, including lockdowns, travel restrictions, and widespread vaccine mandates. It's unacceptable to simply accept what was done during the COVID-19 pandemic without demanding answers and mechanisms to ensure accountability and prevent similar events from happening in the future.
The reckless spending coming out of Congress is a major problem for the United States, as it puts the country on a dangerous path toward financial instability and economic ruin. As a libertarian conservative, I believe in limited government, individual freedom, and a strong economy. Unfortunately, the actions of our elected officials in Congress are putting all of these principles at risk.
The State Department's Global Engagement Center (GEC) is a government agency that was created in 2016 to combat "foreign propaganda and disinformation." However, some believe that the GEC's actions pose a threat to freedom of speech and the open exchange of ideas in the United States.
The "tough on crime" approach to criminal justice, characterized by harsh sentencing laws, mass incarceration, and a focus on punishment over rehabilitation, has been the dominant paradigm in the United States for several decades. However, this model has proven to be both ineffective and inhumane, leading to a growing consensus among lawmakers, experts, and the public that we need to move towards a more rational, evidence-based approach to criminal justice.
Libertarian conservatism is a political philosophy that emphasizes the importance of both personal freedom and a limited government. It's a philosophy that's particularly concerned with the out-of-control spending in Congress that's been happening from both sides of the aisle in recent years. This excessive spending has had some poor outcomes that are seriously affecting the country and its citizens.
Only though open competition of merchants competing for our business are we able to see the best value and services rise. Every successful business has learned lessons from their competitors who failed. Allowing new competitors to arise requires tolerance from the public and accepting change, which are two of the three pillars of Let.Live.
Adam Smith and Friedrich Hayek are two of the most influential economists of all time, and both argued that unfettered competition produces the best products and prices for consumers. In this blog post, we will explore their ideas and how they apply to modern market economies.
As a libertarian conservative, the issue of qualified immunity is of great concern to us. On one hand, we believe in supporting our law enforcement officers and other public officials and understand the importance of allowing them to perform their duties without fear of being sued for damages. On the other hand, we also believe in protecting individual liberties, personal responsibility, and limited government, and recognize that qualified immunity may be used to shield public officials from accountability for their actions, even when those actions result in harm to citizens.
Deregulation is a term used to describe the reduction or elimination of government regulations and restrictions on businesses, industries, and the economy as a whole. It's a critical issue that's been hotly debated for decades, with those on the right often advocating for less government intervention and those on the left advocating for more government regulation to protect consumers and the environment. As a Libertarian Conservative, I strongly believe that deregulation is essential for economic prosperity and that the benefits of deregulation far outweigh the potential risks. In this article, I will outline the reasons why deregulation is necessary and how it would benefit the economy.