Monthly Archives: December 2020

The Multi Facet Story of Mogadishu Matt (The Honorary Somali)

The unintelligent among me inspire. I hear amazingly stupid people throw ad hominem attacks at libertarians. The vast majority of them are not within any boundary of factual. “If you love anarchy so much, why don’t you move to Somalia?” … Continue reading

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The Matters w/ Matt: In Love With The Potential Mr. Idea

Every Wednesday: I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and … Continue reading

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Wounded Knee Massacre Is A Reminder of What Your Government Is Capable Of

The Wounded Knee Massacre happened on this date (December 29) in 1890. Many people, outside of native circles, know the importance of this day. You should know this as a warning that your government may not have your best interests … Continue reading

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The Best You Ever Had Is A Terrible Outlook

I had been digging around in the depths of blogs and forums a short time ago. Although I am aware of the troll level of vitriol that is thrown around by the anonymous people of the internet world, I found … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading, Listening to, And Concerned About

Reading: Craig James @ Masculine by Design gives us tips about being satisfied as men. (I’m not sure if I had posted this but much of the content applied to me in my life). How to Be Satisfied In Life as a … Continue reading

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The FreeMatt in Review: 12-21 to 12-25

Process info from news sources, don’t believe most of what they say. It is someone else’s opinion. In the meantime, check out this week’s FreeMatt in Review Melanie: One Who Burns 1000 Ships Be warned that you might have a … Continue reading

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A Few Of My Favorite Things: Christmas 2020 Edition

For this Christmas, I wanted to share a few of my favorite things this year. It might have been a bleak year for many and the election was a monumental shitshow. I had been blessed. Ex girlfriends and wives: My … Continue reading

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Let It Bleed For Christmas Eve

Outside of highlighting the Pope’s asking for peace in 1939, I had two things of some historical (or borderline libertarian) focus. One was that President Trump is currently stirring up the maelstrom by pardoning political entities that had found themselves … Continue reading

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The Matters w/ Matt: Missing Dallas Alice

Every Wednesday, I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and Ask Amy. The … Continue reading

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Responding To Disasters Should Be A Libertarian Call To Arms

We have seen plenty of “unforeseen events” change a company’s fortunes for the better. Nassim Nicholas Talib might have talked about a few of these events in The Black Swan. Someone jumps on an opportunity and finds themselves in a … Continue reading

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