• Libertarians are not “Atomistic”

    Libertarians are not “Atomistic”0

    LISTEN TO TLR’S LATEST PODCAST: by Ian Tartt     Libertarians have a reputation for being “atomistic”. Those who attach this label to libertarians assume that they think the individual is all that matters or that cooperation is unnecessary. Let’s take a look at some problems with that type of thinking. When libertarians talk about

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  • The Death of the Statesman: Trump’s “Real News” Show

    The Death of the Statesman: Trump’s “Real News” Show0

    LISTEN TO TLR’S LATEST PODCAST: Written By Gavin Hanson For two weeks now, President Donald Trump‘s personal Facebook page has released a weekly segment entitled “Real News” that honestly bears more resemblance to a World War II propaganda reel than any actual cable or broadcast news, even that emanating from Fox. Despite the tense situation

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  • Why “Liberal” and “Conservative” Are No Longer Useful Political Terms

    Why “Liberal” and “Conservative” Are No Longer Useful Political Terms0

    LISTEN TO TLR’S LATEST PODCAST: Written by Ian Tartt   Are the terms “liberal” and “conservative” useful for accurately describing someone’s political views or are they too simplistic/ dated? This article will make the case as to why the use of these terms often causes more problems than it solves. If someone says they’re conservative,

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  • Did Robert E. Lee Oppose Slavery?

    Did Robert E. Lee Oppose Slavery?1

    David Sivak After white nationalists protested the City of Charlottesville’s plan to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza claimed Sunday that Lee opposed slavery. Verdict: False While Lee disagreed with slavery in an abstract sense, he held views similar to his pro-slavery contemporaries and criticized abolitionists of his day. Fact Check: D’Souza claimed

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  • Milton Friedman Was Right to Call Them ‘Government Schools’

    Milton Friedman Was Right to Call Them ‘Government Schools’0

    LISTEN TO TLR’S LATEST PODCAST: Yesterday was Milton Friedman’s birthday. He was the 1976 Nobel-prize winning economist who promoted free-market ideals and limited government. The Economist called him “the most influential economist of the second half of the 20th century…possibly of all of it.” He died in 2006, but one of his lasting legacies is

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  • Immigration Skeptics Make The Economic Case For Less Legal Migration

    Immigration Skeptics Make The Economic Case For Less Legal Migration0

    LISTEN TO TLR’S LATEST PODCAST: By Will Racke A new front in Washington’s immigration wars opened to relatively little fanfare last week when reports surfaced that two Republican senators are working with the White House to craft a bill that would fundamentally change the U.S. immigration system. The RAISE Act, introduced by GOP Sens. Tom

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