Free Tommy

For those of you who do not know about Tommy Robinson, it’s time for you to see what a brave man he is. Tommy grew up in a racially diverse place in the UK called Luton, for many years different groups of races lived in harmony, until Islam arrived. Fast forward to the present, Luton […]

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How Can We Help the Disabled?

I had the biggest argument with my collectivist parents to date. What was the debate about you may ask? Well, it’s about whether we should have quota in businesses for disabled individuals. Naturally, us liberty-minded individuals would be against this notion; But the collectivists would immediately attack you for being unsympathetic to the plight of […]

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The Problem With Black Panther

One of the biggest crusades in the blockbuster film industry is to include “diversity”. While there is absolutely nothing wrong with diversity in classics like the Goonies, Ghostbusters, Night of the Living Dead or It’s a Wonderful Life, the modern films and TV shows all must include at least one “minority” character or face the critics calling […]

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The Spirit of Christmas

When asked about what she thought of the celebration of Christmas, Ayn Rand wrote: Yes, of course. A national holiday, in this country, cannot have an exclusively religious meaning. The secular meaning of the Christmas holiday is wider than the tenets of any particular religion: it is good will toward men—a frame of mind which is […]

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