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Hornberger's Blog is a daily libertarian blog written by Jacob G. Hornberger, founder and president of FFF.
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Left-Wing Panic Over Gary Johnson, Part 2

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As Hillary Clinton and her left-wing supporters try desperately to persuade millennials to abandon their support for Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson and vote for her instead, her foreign-policy position in the Middle East, which, as  I pointed out yesterday in part 1 of this blog post, entails a continuation of the 25-year-long U.S. campaign of death ...

Left-Wing Panic Over Gary Johnson, Part 1

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Leftists are in a full-blown panic over Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson. I’ve never seen anything like it. After ignoring the LP candidate for president for years, suddenly there is a spate of op-eds and editorials from all over the mainstream press feverishly coming out against Johnson and exhorting young people to vote for Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton ...

FFF Ebooks Update

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Our newest ebook, Austrian Economics and Public Policy: Restoring Freedom and Prosperity by Richard M. Ebeling, hit #1 on Amazon’s bestselling ebooks on economic theory, #3 on ebooks on political freedom, and #11 in all books on political freedom. Monetary Central Planning and the State by Richard M. Ebeling also hit #1 in ebooks on political ...

Questions for the Presidential Debates

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Idiot questions to ask the presidential candidates at the debates: Why haven’t you disclosed your income tax returns? Where do you think President Obama was born? What are you going to do to create jobs? What are you going to do about a “leppo”? Who is your favorite dictator in the world? What do you think is the ...

Why Trump and Clinton Have Gotten on Top

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One of the most fascinating aspects of the 2016 presidential race is the large number of people who continue to ask, “How is it possible that in a nation of 300 million people, we ended up with two horrendous presidential candidates like Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump?” There is an explanation for this phenomenon but it’s one that all too ...

My Trip to Phoenix

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Last week I went on a speaking tour in Phoenix and had an absolutely great time sharing ideas on liberty with diverse audiences. The first talk was to the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at Arizona State University. My topic was “The Evil of the National Security State.” I gave the audience a history of how the national-security state ...

The New York Times Is Wrong About Protest Votes

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Last week the New York Times published an op-ed by its columnist Charles M. Blow entitled “The Folly of the Protest Vote,” which took millennials to task for supporting Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson or Green Party candidate Jill Stein or simply choosing not to vote. Exhorting millennials to vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, Blow said ...
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