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sad eggs due to eggflation
Economics

Eggflation Eggsplained: Why Are Eggs so Expensive Right Now?

I’ll admit it, I’m an egg-aholic. Every day, I’m shelling out mountains of money on my breakfast habit — and eggs aren’t getting any cheaper. Why on earth are eggs so expensive right now? There has to be an eggsplanation for this! A lot of folks think inflation is what’s making eggs so expensive. But,

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Libertarian News

How to Join the Libertarian Party of New Mexico

There is a lot of confusion right now for New Mexico Libertarians. There are two separate political parties in New Mexico calling themselves Libertarian. You can become a member of either party or both parties, depending on your own personal views.  This post will explain how to join the Libertarian Party of New Mexico. Why

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Economics

How Inflation Works: Inflation Explained In Simple Terms

Inflation, inflation, inflation… Everyone is talking about inflation and everyone has a different explanation for why inflation is so bad right now. Republicans blame Joe Biden, and Democrats blame corporate greed. If you don’t understand how inflation works or why the prices of everything keep going up, it’s not surprising. Everyone has their own opinions

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empty wallet of minimum wager earner in New Mexico
Economics

New Mexico Legislators want to Raise Minimum Wage to $16/hr

New Mexico recently raised the minimum wage, giving those earning $11.50/hr a .50 cent boost, to $12/hr. But lawmakers are pushing for an even bigger increase that could potentially raise the minimum wage up to an incredible $16/hour by 2024. This is because inflation is soaring across the country. Food prices are going up, rent

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Gen Z voters
Issues

Is Gen Z the Most Conservative Generation?

In the 2022 midterms, Gen Z turned out in record numbers, and many believe these young voters were responsible for stopping the red wave that Republicans were hoping for. In spite of this, some political podcasters, YouTubers, and news outlets are describing Gen Z as the most conservative generation of voters in American history. Are we witnessing

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Vladimir Putin spreading pro-Putin propaganda during a speech in Russia
Issues

Wake Up USA — Putin is Trying to Destroy America!

Let’s talk about the civil war going on in the US and inside the Republican and Libertarian Parties.  What’s fueling it? Is it the Chinese on Tiktok or the Russians on Twitter and Facebook? This weekend I spent some time trying to understand the pro-Russia messaging coming out of the mouths of Libertarians and Republicans.

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Google headquarters
Issues

Gonzalez vs. Google: Section 230 Goes to the Supreme Court

Will the Supreme Court break everything we love about the internet? What am I talking about? I am talking about the Gonzalez vs. Google case that is about to head to the Supreme Court.  The Supreme Court agreed to hear this case and another related case involving Twitter. The Gonzalez vs. Google case revolves around

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Jo Jorgensen former Libertarian Presidential Candidate
Elections

Jo Jorgensen is the Most Searched for Libertarian Presidential Candidate, Google Trends Show

As the 2024 presidential race heats up, many Libertarians are wondering if Jo Jorgensen, the party’s 2020 candidate, will be running again. In 2020, Jo Jorgensen’s website crashed after a flood of people searched for third-party candidates during the 2020 presidential debate. This Libertarian lady is proving to be the queen of Google.  Jo Jorgensen is the

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Libertarian Justin Amash
Libertarian News

Justin Amash and the Mises Caucus: Can His Strategy of Getting Along Work?

I listened to Justin Amash’s interview with Jane Coasten at the New York Times. The interview was interesting and gave me some glimmer of hope that the Libertarian Party can be salvaged. During the interview, he discussed a strategy that many Libertarians don’t see working. He’s been very diplomatic when it comes to the Mises

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