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This is the grave of Robert Nozick. One the most influential thinkers in the noxious cancer known as libertarianism, Nozick was born in Brooklyn in 1938 to a pretty average Jewish family. His father was an immigrant from Russia who owned a small business. Nozick went to local Brooklyn schools and then went on for […]
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Creeping Lochnerism

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On September 1, 2015
Above: The victims of the Triangle Fire, i.e., the libertarian vision of America’s future Brian Beutler’s piece on libertarians’ goal to return the U.S. to the Lochner Era through the courts should scare you. It’s hardly news to political junkies that libertarians seek to destroy a century of regulations that created what was great about […]
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CATO’s Principled Libertarianism

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On February 26, 2014
True libertarianism is supporting discriminatory laws against gays. Libertarians are highly principled people. Because they are all about “tolerance and respect” just like the Arizona bill. Update–This is the kind of action and politician libertarians can get behind in their very principled defense of freedom. This is Lester Maddox and his son “escorting” a black […]
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