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Philosophy: Libertarianism

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By Tom Woods Tom Woods Show

Michael Rectenwald, recently retired from New York University, spent his life as a leftist -- a self-described Marxist, in fact. When on Twitter he began to turn against some of the recent excess, particularly on college campuses with their win-b

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) has had an interesting week of defending President Donald Trump's bluster in the ongoing government shutdown, most recently yesterday on Fox News, which is where we start this week's Reason Podcast, editors' roundtable

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Ladies and gentlemen, the first task for any intellectual or ideological effort is to understand the environment surrounding it. Whether we like it or not, we live in a decidedly illiberal age: an age hostile to private property, individualism, civil

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I received a letter (below) from a reader who took issue with my taking issue with electric cars generally and Tesla specifically. This reader claimed to be a Libertarian – which staggered me like a punch from Ali in his prime.

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The libertarian movement has been hindered and handicapped by both intellectual infighting and countless unprofessional individuals who have served to turn people off from our philosophy. We need to do a better job. Now is the time for us all to step

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With the recent suspending of the accounts of multiple individuals on various social media sites including twitter, facebook, and youtube, many people are beginning to question the validity of this move, likening it unto an attack on free speech and

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American libertarians are less a political party and more like a fundamentalist religious group who believe that the free market is their lord and savior. Here's why their platform might sound charmingly weird in theory, but in practice it's harmful.