• Why Libertarians Should Embrace Love

    Why Libertarians Should Embrace Love0

    Libertarians are inclined to make the following argument in defense of liberty: “I don’t care what you do as long as your decisions don’t violate my rights.” Although crude in description, this philosophy is second to none as it relates to state action. It respects the right of each person to live their life as

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  • The Government is the Enemy of Equality

    The Government is the Enemy of Equality0

    A major theme running throughout the Democratic Party’s presidential primary is the problem of income inequality. The argument is an appeal to fairness—a value most Americans share. It’s also a distraction from a more insidious inequality: the power the state has over the rest of us. Power inequality is a bigger threat to an egalitarian

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  • Can We Own Our Thoughts and Words?

    Can We Own Our Thoughts and Words?0

    Rocky Ferrenburg I was listening to Dave Smith’s podcast, Part of the Problem, and they brought up a topic that seems to be a spot of contention for Libertarians: Intellectual Property. Intellectual property is the concept that someone owns an idea and that others cannot reproduce that idea without the owner’s permission. Being a musician,

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