A reader took issue with me over my recent column about papier mache cars.
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"The people have the power, all we have to do is awaken that power in the people. The people are unaware. They're not educated to realize that they have power. The system is so geared that everyone believes the government will fix everything. We
It's important to not let hard-fought victories for liberty and progress go unnoticed.
Conservative Mormon radio host Glenn Beck bashed President Theodore Roosevelt as "progressive" and defended pornography as "freedom" while speaking at the Turning Point USA Student Action Summit last week.
There is no way to reconcile a system of mandatory charity with the principles of a free society.
We began offering the very popular FREEDOM DOCUMENTS nearly 20 years ago, in which we compiled dozens of the greatest documents of American history in one beautiful volume. I say beautiful, because the cover on this great book will complement any lib
Wise individuals discriminate all the time. Think about it.
Josh Sigurdson talks with Ammon Bundy about the true defining features of freedom and enslavement and staying consistent in the message of individual liberty and sovereignty.
Robert Lawson and Benjamin Powell are well-known free market economists, and they do not look with favor on a disturbing trend among American young people.
Farm subsidies are perhaps the ultimate, but secret, third rail of American politics. While entitlements are discussed out in the open, farm subsidies are rarely talked about - even though they are the most expensive subsidy Washington doles out.
Assange - Forcefully dragged from Ecuador's London embassy by UK police and imprisoned at the behest of Trump regime hardliners, Julian Assange is being slowly killed for the "crime" of truth-telling journalism.
I see the liberty of the individual not only as a great moral good in itself (or, with Lord Acton, as the highest political good), but also as the necessary condition for the flowering of all the other goods that mankind cherishes: moral virtue, civi
"The exile of prisoners to a distant place, where they can 'pay their debt to society,' make themselves useful, and not contaminate others with their ideas or their criminal acts, is a practice as old as civilization itself. The rulers of ancie