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McDonald’s : Why You Can’t Live on Minimum Wage

So I’m going to start my tenure here with a controversial issue within the Libertarian Party, and one I’m often viewed as being on the wrong side of by my own party, and that’s minimum wage.  Many Libertarians are against a minimum wage, arguing that it’s an overreach of government, that the free market will […]

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Zimmerman Trial: Reminds Us We Don’t Have to be Victims

(Please Note: The following views are my own and are in no way a representation of The Inscriber: Digital Magazine or any other of its employees. If you agree/disagree with the views that will be forthwith presented, please use the comment section below. Thank you.) There’s an old (well maybe it’s semi-old, I don’t know, […]

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Trayvon Martin : Thanks To Inept Prosecution, George Zimmerman Is Free

Please Note: The following views are my own and are in no way a representation of The Inscriber: Digital Magazine or any other of its employees. If you agree/disagree with the views that will be forthwith presented, please use the comment section below. Thank you.     SANFORD – Thanks to a six-women jury and lackluster prosecution, 29-year-old former Sanford neighborhood watch […]

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Passport Revoked, Edward Snowden Seeks Asylum in Ecuador

Just days after issuing a warrant for the arrest and extradition of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, it appears he is now on the run attempting to gain asylum within a nation that has less than great relations with the United States: Ecuador. The U.S. Justice Department in an attempt to seal off all viable […]

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Honoring Memorial Day

Memorial Day used to be a solemn day of mourning, a sacred day of remembrance to honor those who paid the greatest price for our freedoms. Businesses closed for the day. Towns held parades honoring the fallen, the parade routes often times ending at a local cemetery, where speeches were given and prayers offered up. […]

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Gene Patents Delays Treatment of Disease

Gene patent holders have the right to prevent anyone from studying, testing or even examining a gene. As a result, scientific research and genetic testing is delayed, limited, or even shut down due to concerns about gene patents, and patients’ options about their medical care are restricted. On May 14, The New York Times published a […]

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Politics : Are Marijuana Raids a Bigger Priority Than Rape?

Lori Duckworth, her husband Lee, and several other Oregonians were subjected to frightening paramilitary raids on Thursday. They were handcuffed, their property ransacked and they were thrown in jail for providing medicine to patients. Their alleged crime is that they recouped too much reimbursement for the medical cannabis they provided. State and federal laws ban […]