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The Daily Libertarian Story
Back in the mid 90s, when the Internet was young and Wallace Garneau was still in the Army, he setup The Dog House as a conservative web blog. The Dog House won a number of prestigious awards, including the Rush Limbaugh Conservative Website of the Week Award. The site grew quickly, but when Wallace's command learned of the site - which was critical of the Bill Clinton presidency - Wallace was advised that he should not run a political website while serving in the armed forces.
A decade later, after congress gave President George W. Bush the authority to permanently detain American citizens on merely the suspicion of terrorism, by labeling them 'enemy combatants', Wallace tried another blog. Wallace had hundreds of followers on Facebook, and his Facebook essays were regularly shared among hundreds of thousands of people. Wallace started the blog theenemycombatant.com, and began sending his Facebook followers to his essays on his blog rather than posting directly to Facebook. Wallace soon had tens of thousands of hits a day, but he also was attacked by comment-spamming, to the degree that he took his blog down and returned to posting directly to Facebook.
Fast forward another ten years, and Wallace's followers began pressing him to again form a blog. Wallace wanted to do more than that, leading to the creation of an editorial magazine. The Daily Libertarian was born.
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Editor in Chief
Wallace is a two-service military veteran, with four years in the United States Marine Corps Reserve, and four years in the United States Army. He has twenty three years of experience in process improvement roles, having served as the E-Commerce Manager, IT Manager, and Director of Business Systems for a variety of medium to large manufacturing companies. Wallace holds a Bachelors of Science from the University of Phoenix, and an MBA in Lean Manufacturing from the University of Michigan. Wallace is currently finishing a Masters of Science in Lean Manufacturing, at Kettering University. Wallace is a published poet and essayist, and recently finished his first book - The Way Forward: Lean Management.
Nana Kwadwo Akwaa
Graphic Design Team Lead
Officially Known as Kingsley Akwaa, I am a Ghanaian living in Ghana, West Africa. I had my senior high school at Prempeh College. I have an Mphil and a BSc Mathematics from Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology, Ghana. I am a writer, analyst, a political pundit and a social media blogger. I am more a Centre Right than Libertarian.
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Nhyira Akua-moah Boateng Marfo
Boateng Marfo is a Ghanaian in Ghana, West Africa. He studied general science at Kumasi High School, and is a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist from MICROSOFT COMMUNITY OF PROFESSIONALS (MCP). Boateng carries a BSc Computer Science from Christian Service University, Ghana, and honors Diploma in Networking Engineering from NIIT-New Delhi, India. He is a Systems and Data analyst, a Graphics Designer in cooperate branding, and a Critical Thinker. Boateng loves writing, surfing the Internet,
political analysis, and social media blogging.
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