Alessandro Fusillo is a rare breed; he is an Italian libertarian. I spoke to him recently at the instigation and introduction of a LRC reader for which I am thankful.
A slew of potential 2024 Republican presidential candidates are descending on Iowa, testing the political waters three years out from the state's next presidential caucuses.
The red/blue divide could not be more apparent or visceral, and yet the naivety of the Conservatives/Religious Right is on full display.
A late newspaper columnist named Sam Francis (ultimately denounced by the left as a racist, of course) once said that America is ruled by an Evil party (the Democrats) and a Stupid party (the Republicans).
Tim, Ian, and Lydia join on-the-ground journalist Richie McGinniss to examine how a systemic breakdown will affect the ordinary person facing hardship inflicted by lacking structure that formerly gave them everything they needed.
In politics, the candidate who spends the most money usually wins. Because of this, donations are an important part of political campaigns, and the people behind those donations wield an intangible level of power and influence.