• What If There Was No Legal Smoking Age?

    What If There Was No Legal Smoking Age?0

    Liberty is sometimes a tough thing to watch. Like the teenager in a horror movie getting up and going to the kitchen while the audience braces itself for what they know full well is going to happen, it’s hard to stand by and watch our friends and strangers alike exercise their right to make choices

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  • The Problem of Nationalism

    The Problem of Nationalism0

    At first glance, the new nationalism of conservatives will seem benign and even uncontroversial. In his book “The Case for Nationalism,” Rich Lowry defines nationalism as flowing from a people’s “natural devotion to their home and to their country.” Yoram Hazony, in his book “The Virtue of Nationalism,” also has a rather anodyne definition of

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  • Diversity in Liberty: What Makes Us Different Unites Us

    Diversity in Liberty: What Makes Us Different Unites Us0

    It was night just outside of Washington DC. The crowd of 20-somethings packed the hotel’s ballroom and the energy was high. College kids had come from across the country to learn more about and celebrate what set their soul on fire – liberty. It was the 2018 national conference of Young Americans for Liberty. Matt

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  • Cicero: Enemy of the State, Friend of Liberty

    Cicero: Enemy of the State, Friend of Liberty0

    Question: If you could go back in time and spend one hour in conversation with 10 people—each one separately and privately—whom would you choose? My list isn’t exactly the same from one day to the next, but at least a couple of the same names are always on it, without fail. One of them is

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  • Count Me Among the Fans of Downton Abbey

    Count Me Among the Fans of Downton Abbey0

    The series Downton Abbey, it’s just too long and too slow. I never wanted to commit. A 2-hour movie? That I can do. And so I did. I’m super happy about it too. Fancy house. Stuffy people. Complicated human drama. Accents that if you listen carefully reveal a class structure. It’s often hilarious too. It’s

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  • The Courage to Be Utopian

    The Courage to Be Utopian0

    By Peter Boettke  Hayek famously penned the essay “Why I Am Not a Conservative.” I have often argued that folks need to read that essay in conjunction with his “Errors of Constructivism” to get a good sense of his position on why as true radical liberals we must be willing to question all existing political and social values,

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