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Spencer Lane is a ‘fresher’ at University of Kent, Canterbury, England. An American student permanently on loan to the University for at least the next three years, he graduated from Amador Valley High School in Pleasanton, California in 2012. Despite coming from California, Lane is a passionate critic of modern American Liberalism, and instead strongly advocates for mostly libertarian policies. He very much believes in the limited role government has to play in citizens’ lives as well as being highly skeptical of government and its proponents.
In addition to being an amateur political theorist, Lane is a keen follower of the sport of politics. Analyzing politicians’ tactics, strategies, beliefs, deals, philosophies, and controversies is a favorite hobby of Lane’s.


Corben Barnett is a social media junkie that loves to express his views, even when nobody wants to hear them.  He went to three different high schools, finally graduating from Plano West Senior High School in Plano, TX after having moved twice during his high school career.  He attended Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire – the actual site of the New Hampshire primaries that happen every 4 years – for his freshman year of college and studied Politics, then left after deciding that it wasn’t where he thought he belonged.  He then attended a local community college in the North Dallas area and transferred to Hope College, where he earned a B.A. in English with a minor in political science. He has plans to become a writer full-time at some point when he graduates, and currently is employed working in the service industry while working on his short fiction and poetry. He believes that minarchism is the only way to save the world.


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