Over the past few weeks, I have seen a backlash from libertarians over the left-leaning trends that have been dominating the news and social media lately regarding workplace dissatisfaction. The headlines have gone from “The Great Resignation”, to “Millennials want the Soft Life” to “Why Gen Z is Quiet Quitting.” How libertarians have responded to
The U.S. is in an affordable housing crisis. To fix it, we need a libertarian solution. Right now, millions of Americans are struggling to afford rent, put gas in their car, and pay for basic living expenses. Acording to a report by the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University, there are currently 20.8
Recently, I had a lengthy conversation on my personal Facebook page regarding generational poverty. I would like to talk about that subject and what the government’s role is. People have asked me what my plan is to end generational dependence on welfare. I want to explain a simple concept — our government was not created
Millennials Struggle to Find Affordable Housing in Grand Rapids There is currently a big push for an increase in minimum wage. In my earlier discussion about minimum wage, I talked about how the problem wasn’t with wages, but rather the high cost of living in Grand Rapids. Grand Rapids is currently one of the hottest
Recently I was approached by someone asking me to sign a petition to raise the minimum wage in Michigan. People can’t live on minimum wage. To fix this many think we should raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour. If you disagree, people think you don’t care. I do not support raising the minimum
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