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  • Electing liberty

    Electing liberty

    It’s time America obsessed less about Republicans vs. Democrats and more about liberty, in all its forms.

  • Incumbents always win

    Incumbents always win

    Eighty-two percent disapprove of the job Congress is doing. So will Tuesday’selection bring a big shakeup?

  • Federal persecutors

    Federal persecutors

    Today’s federal prosecutors are licensed to lie.

  • Crumbling Constitution

    Crumbling Constitution

    Does the Constitution still matter?

  • Poverty


    Left free, the market will provide the greatest benefit to workers, employers and consumers, while allowing charity as well.

  • It's better now

    It’s better now

    It’s natural to assume that the world has gotten more dangerous. But it hasn’t.

  • Two anti-choice parties

    Two anti-choice parties

    One choice America needs urgently is an alternative to politicians who constantly want to ban more things.

  • Immigration is American

    Immigration is American

    America should say yes to immigration.

  • Hold on, Mr. President

    Hold on, Mr. President

    Why do we assume that government doing something is always an improvement over government doing nothing?

  • Green markets

    Green markets

    When possible, let markets and property protect nature. That avoids the tragedy of the commons.

  • Policing a riot

    Policing a riot

    If authorities arm cops like soldiers, they may begin to think like soldiers — and see the public as the enemy.

  • Mindless drones

    Mindless drones

    Fears of spying and death from above aren’t groundless.

  • Patrolmen without borders

    Patrolmen without borders

    As the federal government fails to control the southern border, it sends the Border Patrol farther into the interior.

  • Healthy profits?

    Healthy profits?

    Markets do not automatically taint science.

  • Policing America

    Policing America

    Government always grows, and government is force. Force is always dangerous.

  • Who'll build the roads?

    Who’ll build the roads?

    In a market, everybody wins. With government planners, it’s always “My way or the highway.”

  • Important slow news

    Important slow news

    Bad things happen in an instant. The good news usually takes time. Reporters are usually clueless about it.

  • "Crapitalism!"


    We already have a time-tested policy for deciding, without government interference, where resources should go.

  • Omission control

    Omission control

    Sometimes a reporter’s job is not to report the news.

  • Here comes tomorrow

    Here comes tomorrow

    How can we make sure artificial intelligence, when it arrives, is nice to us?