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  • Civics 101 for Flyover Country

    Civics 101 for Flyover Country0

    Quillette columnist Coleman Hughes, an American of African descent who has “only ever voted for democrats,” made news in June when he testified in front of a House Subcommittee against reparations for slavery. One lady applauded him on social media, saying “there are so many youth (sic) that want to speak out … but fear

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  • Let’s Sing! ~ Sundays With Steffi

    Let’s Sing! ~ Sundays With Steffi0

    Happy Sunday, Liberty Lovers! “America the Beautiful” is a popular and beloved patriotic song. Many wish that it could be the official national anthem. (Don’t tell The Star-Spangled Banner that it has competition.) “America the Beautiful” is based on a poem written by 33-year-old professor, Katharine Lee Bates, during a trip to Colorado Springs in

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  • An Open Letter to Elizabeth Warren

    An Open Letter to Elizabeth Warren0

    Dear Ms. Warren, We have never met but your husband and I were once acquainted, when he was working on Republic of Debtors, an excellent book that I’ve had occasion to cite in some of my own work. I am surprised that Bruce, as a scholar of the Early Republic, is not as appalled as I am

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  • Finding Common Roots: A Journey From Statism to Libertarianism (Part 2)

    Finding Common Roots: A Journey From Statism to Libertarianism (Part 2)0

    By Aaron Abel (Read Part 1 here) “All and every particular and individual man and woman, that ever breathed in the world, are by nature all equal and alike in their power, dignity, authority and majesty, none of them having (by nature) any authority, dominion or magisterial power one over or above another.” – John Lilburne

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  • How Gratitude Can Rewire Your Brain for Happiness and Success

    How Gratitude Can Rewire Your Brain for Happiness and Success0

    Over 40 million Americans are struggling with mental health concerns, according to Mental Health America (MHA). Since MHA released its first State of Mental Health in America report in 2015, there have already been “alarming increases” in adult suicidal ideation and major depressive episodes in young people, demonstrating how serious this problem has become. As

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  • How Has Mining Benefited The Economy?

    How Has Mining Benefited The Economy?0

    The mining industry has been around for generations and has been used to mine materials such as coal, natural gas and even diamonds for generations. But with the economic impact of machinery such as crushers as well as other technological advancements, the mining industry has continued to contribute to the community for a number of

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