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Why No Libertarian Supreme Court Justice?

by Regardless of the extreme brouhaha surrounding Brett Kavanaugh, it’s difficult for libertarians to get excited over his nomination to the Supreme Court. For that matter, it was also difficult for libertarians to get excited over Merrick Garland, President Obama’s nominee to the Supreme Court. There is a simple reason for that. While conservatives and liberals like to think that there is a big difference between ...

We Are (Mostly) All Socialists Now

by There is a popular conception among some libertarians that the reason that we live under a massive welfare-warfare state is because government has a natural propensity to grow. The notion is a popular one among libertarians who promote anarchism, i.e., the total absence of government. The argument goes like this: The Constitution, which was supposed to keep government reined in, has proven to be ...

Our Drug-War Conference Tonight at Spelman College

by If you are in the Atlanta area this evening, I hope you’ll join us at FFF’s conference at Spelman College. The theme of the conference is “Mass Incarceration and the Drug War.” The speakers are Neill Franklin of LEAP, an organization of former law-enforcement officers who call for and to the war on drugs, Seema Sadanandan, a former staff member ...

U.S. Perversity on Peace in Korea

by Just when you think that the U.S. national-security state’s policy toward Korea can’t get more perverse, it does. The latest perversion? Opposing a peace agreement between North Korea and South Korea! Imagine that. And why would U.S. officials oppose such an agreement? Because it would inevitably lead to calls for U.S. troops in Korea to be sent packing home to the United States. After ...

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The Trouble with Aid

Claudia R. Williamson is a post-doctoral fellow at the Development Research Institute of New York University. Her ...

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