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History tells us Libertarian ideas are winning

The Libertarian Experiment Since the founding of the United States of America (The Great Experiment) the world has evolved from where only “Nobles” had rights, were landowners, and there were no free markets. Today, the world generally has religious freedoms, personal freedoms, freedoms of speech, property rights, free […]

Libertarian Jesus?

Guest article by Jan Golan. Religion is a vital factor in the creation of one’s worldview. Arthur Schopenhauer once wrote, “there are very few who can think, but every man wants to have an opinion; and what remains but to take it ready-made from others, instead of forming […]

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Anti-war Americans have no home with the Republicans and Democrats

by Bekah Congdon, originally published on LP.org Last week, President Joe Biden began his second month in office by ordering an airstrike in Syria without receiving congressional authorization. At about the same time, Biden received a US intelligence report that confirmed what has long been known: that the brutal […]

Constitutional Similarities

Constitutional Similarities from the 18th Century and Today

Constitutional Similarities from the 18th Century and Today As a student of early American History, I see issues plaguing our current political system that is similar to the issues that perplexed our Federalist and Anti-Federalist founders in the late 1700s. While the Federalists favored a more powerful centralized […]

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