Ian is a Public Policy major with a minor in Law, Science, and Technology from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He has studied at Oxford in the UK and has interned for the trade and immigration department of a think tank in Washington, DC. He has two years of research experience with open source software and economic freedom. His current focus is on using technology that enhances voluntary exchange, such as the internet, to advance political interests and economic knowledge.
Who Won the Second Presidential Debate? Obama
Penn Jillete Obama Drug Use Rant: Legitimate or Lame? [+ Video]
Elon Musk's SpaceX a Success as Dragon Capsule Heads to International Space Station [+video]
SpaceX Launch Schedule 2012: Dragon Capsule to Be Launched Into Space on Saturday
SpaceX Paves New Future for Private Space Exploration, But Congress Could Ruin All Progress
Free Market Space Race: SpaceX and the Liberty Rocket Compete to Take Us to the Stars
SpaceX Delays Dragon Capsule Launch Again, But Will Be Successful
SpaceX, Virgin Galactic, Blue Origin: Space Becomes the Final Frontier For Private Companies
SpaceX Successfully Test Fires Falcon 9 Rocket Engine and Will Launch Soon
Asteroid Mining Company Planetary Resources is Already Making Money
SpaceX Could Create Thousands of Florida Jobs [+Video]
How SpaceX Could Legally Buy an Asteroid, and Maybe Even the Moon!
Space X Dragon Capsule Proves Private Funding is the Future of Space Exploration
Why Every Day is Tax Day
Ron Paul Support Moving U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem: Contradiction or Consistency?
The Battle Between Libertarians and Anarcho-Capitalists on Privatizing National Defense
German Solar Power Giant Q-Cells Files For Insolvency, But Environmentalists Should Be Happy
5 Reasons Why Congress Should Not Work in Washington, D.C.
Girls Around Me: New Social Stalking App Shows Millennials Have a Privacy Problem
Obama wants to cut corporate tax rate, G.E. might lose its advantage