AuthorRyan Lindsey

Founder & Editor of WAL Reader |
Christian Anarchism, Star Wars, and Pizza Enthusiast |
Southwest Missourian, Book Lover, Writer

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Yancey & The Insanity of War

The following story was gleaned from a conversation between Phillip Yancey and a friend of his who fought in World War II. The Battle of the Bulge...

In Defense of Rogerism

Why Civility is Worth Defending By Ryan Lindsey What do you do with the mad that you feel When you feel so mad you could bite? When the whole wide...

Abolishing the Electoral College

Few issues provoke such strict battle lines to be drawn within the libertarian movement as the Electoral College. Moreover, unlike the few similarly...

From Damnation to Salvation

The very first part of this very first Amendment states: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free...

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Issue III Now Available!

By Ryan Lindsey (Letter from the Editor for Issue III) I owe all of this magazine’s readers an apology. I let the tentative quarterly schedule...

It All Started in ’96

In 1996 the best and brightest presidential candidate for the Republican party was Senator Bob Dole. As Dole emerged as the best hope against the...

Undaunted!

I was convinced that Trump's total cave on the longest federal shutdown in history was a mortal wound to Trump. If he had kept the shutdown going...

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Issue II of WAL Reader Now Available!

First, I want to say thank you to everyone who read (and especially those who purchased) Issue I of WAL Reader. I truly hoped all of you enjoyed it...

Flag Burning

Burning or otherwise desecrating the American flag is an especially derisive gesture, like urinating on the Washington Monument or the graves at...

Confessions of a Former UBI Lover

I guess sometimes the best thing to do is just come clean, be open with one’s self and just start with step one of the process of growth and recovery...

A Libertarian’s Case for Reparations

Restorative justice is a principle I believe in – I desire a world that makes new, rather than continues to down the tired old path of tearing down...

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