The Law of Liberalism

he Law has only one reason to exist and that is to regulate our social relations and to establish order. It is an institution created by men purely for the protection of liberty. Today we are used to have our liberty and freedom regulated and diminished by the use of legislative power and new laws, but in the beginning, most of the laws were common sense of day-to-day relations and came to exist by what we call Spontaneous Order.

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Literature on Liberalism

Liberalism has been presented as being identical to conservatism, yet more reactionary, like a mask for exploitation. Furthermore, there has been a lot of confusion as to what liberalism truly is. To help you navigate thru the values I believe are the base for more freedom, wealth and happiness in our society, I compiled this list with the classic literature that created the classic Liberalism.

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A Libertarian Guide to Internet Privacy

One thing that is always on my mind as a libertarian is Privacy. Our ancestors valued privacy much more than we do today, because privacy in the past was physical, visible and consequently tangible. Having your privacy violated in the past meant someone going through your things, following you around or simply constantly controlling and asking what you’re doing. Your physical freedom was at stake. The idea we have today of privacy is much broader, less invasive, but not one bit less important and meaningful than it was before.

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It's time to talk about Christian persecution

Last week, during the holy holiday of Easter, the most important in the western tradition, 253 Christians (including children) were killed in a targeted series of coordinated terrorist suicide bombings in Sri Lanka. This barbaric act, like all other terrorist attacks, made me think about religious persecution and the silent harassment Christians suffer around the world and how little this topic is discussed publicly and by the media.

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Notre-Dame Cathedral Fire

This week, one of the most iconic buildings in Paris has burned and many people, including myself felt heartbroken by the 15 hours fire that destroyed 2/3 of the Cathedral’s roof. The grief over the burning is completely human, but why do we fell like this incident happened in our own home, a deep sense of empathy, even from people that have never visited the Cathedral nor are religious?

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The Venezuela Crisis Photographed

We all have been following the news and the crisis that has quickly escalated in Venezuela since the beginning of this year. The South American country went from being one of Latin America’s wealthiest societies to one the poorest and has been caught in a downward spiral for years with growing political discontent further fueled by hyperinflation, power cuts and shortages of food and medicine. As a result, more than three million Venezuelans have fled the country in recent years.

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Angela Merkel will step down as head of her party

This week started with very good news when Angela Merkel said: "The time has come to open a new chapter" confirming reports that she would not run again as party leader. She will remain Germany’s chancellor for now but said this will be her last term. She’s expected to step down as chancellor by the end of her term in 2021.

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The Korea Summit is not happening. Or is it?

In the last couple of weeks, the only thing you heard was the much-anticipated summit scheduled to take place in June between the President of the United States Donald Trump and the North Korean Dictator Kin Jon Un. That's because the media was completely insane with the fact that Donald Trump could actually triumph in leadership and diplomacy in the international community.

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