Taking a stab at definitions for the words: conservative, liberal, statist, centrist, and libertarian.
This article discusses the obvious, the great opportunity the internet offers to all American citizens, and possibly to all the world for freedom, discussion of new ideas, and a real manifestation of freedom of speech.
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.
How many people I wonder want to edit the Nolan Chart test to more accurately reflect their views?
Join up if you want! Here's how.
I've already previously suggested this, but did not support why. It's a plea to Walt but feel free to weigh in.
Yesterday, this website celebrated its first birthday. A lot has happened since August 19, 2007.
Exchanging ideas is a good thing, and Nolan Chart created a favorable environment for it. Unfortunately, Ron Paul ankle-biters have turned the comments page into a YouTube clone. Name calling and finger pointing do not qualify as intellectual discourse!
Is the Nolan Chart designed to elicit Libertarian responses? The answers presented did not seem to offer responses that represented the various political affiliations depicted on the Nolan Chart.
Announcing plans to create a daily news program on national TV as a first step toward creating a network, supported by a Ron Paul style money bomb.