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Obama in the Mirror

None for All, All for Nothing

The Obama administration, so it says, is the administration for the working and middle classes against the purported abuses of the wealthy. …

Reign of Terror

Four Questions for a Statist

Most social and political debates in America today can be boiled down to just a few key fundamentals, a choice handful of …

Lady Justice

Abolish the Bar Exam

This article originally appeared here at LewRockwell.com. ♦ Every year in July, thousands of anxious men and women, in different states across …

FCC Chairman Newton N. Minow

Arguing With Statists

by Stuart K. Hayashi As Stephen Hicks points out, philosophy professor Sarah Conley of Bowdoin College has written a book entitled Against Autonomy: Justifying Coercive …

“You have no right…”

Oftentimes, this phrase is inserted into a debate as a sort of “end all-be all” conclusion, even though it has little meaning …

The Cycle of Statism

Cyclic Statism

Politics is one of the most peculiar careers anyone could pursue. For one thing, a politician’s ultimate goal ought to be the …