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In Praise of
’s Wackadoo Libertarianism
The underappreciated action-movie gem turns 25 this week.
For Mark Sanford, the Trail Finally Ends With a Primary Loss
After years of courting political danger, South Carolina Congressman Mark Sanford finally lost an election — and Trump will take credit.
Libertarian Think Tank Let Boss Sexually Harass Workers
For decades, ex–Cato Institute president Ed Crane subjected female employees to serial sexual harassment.
Donald Trump’s Presidency Is the Libertarian Moment
How the GOP’s Contempt for Democracy Will Pass Trump’s Tax Cuts
Paul Ryan has not abandoned his principles to support Trump. He is fulfilling them.
The GOP Keeps Admitting Its Economic Theory Is Incompatible With Democracy
Republicans say that their tax cuts will only work if businesses can be certain that they will never be repealed.
What a Professor Got Wrong When He Argued Against Voting Rights for Dumb People
Even setting aside the moral problems with Jason Brennan’s proposal, he distorted or misunderstood some political science to get there.
Libertarian Group: Your Local Public Hospital Is Stealing Your Freedom
Until we can wrench ourselves free from the tyrannous yoke of publicly funded sewage and medical systems, we will never be free.
Maybe Peter Thiel Just Wants to Make Money
For the all the speculation about the tech billionaire’s reasons for supporting Trump, the answer might be right in front of us.
Everybody Loves Libertarianism, Insists Libertarian
The revolution is coming, and Rand Paul will lead it.
1964 Not the Only Time Racists Hated Government
Are paleolibertarianism and racism incompatible?