Commentary by Kevin McKenzie
Never Say Nothing

About

Kevin McKenzie was born in Canton, Ohio in 1988 and graduated from Kent State University where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a concentration in International Relations and Comparative Politics.

Kevin founded Never Say Nothing to promote the principles of peace, individual liberty, and free markets that are so unpopular in mainstream politics today. He agrees with Ludwig von Mises’s dictum that, “Everyone, in his own interests, must thrust himself vigorously into the intellectual battle. No one can stand aside with unconcern: the interests of everyone hang on the result. Whether he chooses or not, every man is drawn into the great historical struggle, the decisive battle into which our epoch has plunged us.”

How Republicans Learned to Love Obamacare
March 25, 2017

I hope you’re sitting down for this because it looks as though Republican opposition to Obamacare was largely nothing more than political posturing all along. Despite repeatedly voting to repeal Obamacare during Obama’s tenure in office (When there was no chance it would actually happen, in other words), when Republicans controlled both Congress and the […]

Foreign Affairs
John McCain Accuses Rand Paul of Treason
March 17, 2017

Senator John McCain, who never saw a war he didn’t want to start, became upset with his colleague, Senator Rand Paul, for blocking his bill to allow Montenegro to become a member of NATO from coming up for a vote. In response to Paul objecting to his bill, McCain declared that Paul “is now working […]

Law & Justice

In the video below, Judge Andrew Napolitano explains why he thinks President Trump’s Executive Order banning refugees and immigration from seven Middle Eastern countries is lawful, and that Judge James Robart and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals were being political in putting a freeze on the ban and in their hearing over whether that […]

After spending eight years during the Obama presidency denouncing anyone who spoke favorably of secession or nullification as a “Neo-Confederate” with sinister motives, some Democrats and progressives are suddenly quite taken with the ideas now that President Trump is exercising the powers that he inherited from President Obama. There’s talk of California refusing to pay […]

Politics
Who’s the Best Hope for Beating Trump in 2020?
January 21, 2017

Donald Trump has been inaugurated as the 45th President of the United Stated and it’s never too early to start thinking about how best to remove a person from power, even if they’ve barely begun to exercise that power. In the case of Trump, there’s no reason to suspect that he’s going to reduce the […]

Politics

There’s a lot of misinformation going around regarding the alleged hacking of the U.S. by the Russian government to help Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, and it’s sure to get more confusing now that President Obama has lashed out against Russia by expelling diplomats and imposing sanctions. The first thing […]

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