Obergefell and libertarian angst

I have already voiced my opinion on marriage equality ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges by the Supreme Court here. Some libertarians have voiced opposition to the ruling based on a confused notion of states’ rights. I wonder how these libertarians felt about the Kelo vs New London decision? Were they happy that the Supreme Court ruled in favor of states’ rights over individual rights? Of course … Continue reading Obergefell and libertarian angst

The poor do not need minimum wage or welfare

The poor do not need minimum wage or welfare programs. They need the opportunity to create their own small business. Too many people have niche talents that go to waste because of government. Regulations create hurtles that prevent many poor people from rising out of poverty. One of the most notorious is licensing laws which create financial hurdles that the poor simple cannot overcome. Whether … Continue reading The poor do not need minimum wage or welfare