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SCOTUS Nominee Gorsuch Would Not Repeal Roe v. Wade

During his Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch abstained from articulating a position on abortion, but did explain that he views it as precedent. “I would tell you that Roe v. Wade, decided in 1973, is a precedent of the United States Supreme Court. It has...

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Social Conservatism and Libertarianism Are Not Mergeable – So Stop Trying

It goes without saying that libertarianism, as a political philosophy, is fiscally conservative – i.e. that on a policy level, the State must ‘conserve,’ rather than spend on a whim. Virtually all libertarians agree that this is technically correct. The jury, however, is apparently still out on social issues....

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“Muh State Universities”: Breaking Free of Indoctrination

Image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons   With the victory of Betsy DeVos, it seems the Department of Education may be entering its end-of-life phase. Although I would thoroughly enjoy finishing it off with a few blows of a hammer (then poking it to ensure it is good and...

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Restraining Federal Power Is Not Enough To Protect Individual Freedom

I have to say it’s awesome to see so many states standing up to the Fed, using the 10th Amendment to tell them to back off, so that states can do as they please.  We see this almost daily, from the legalization of marijuana, to the blocking of federal...

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Social Conservatism and Libertarianism Are Not Mergeable – So Stop Trying

It goes without saying that libertarianism, as a political philosophy, is fiscally conservative – i.e. that on a policy level, the State must ‘conserve,’ rather than spend on a whim. Virtually all libertarians agree that this is technically correct. The jury, however, is apparently still out on social issues....

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Perspectives: The Forcible Removal of Milo Yiannapolous

Being Libertarian Perspectives serves as a weekly, multi-perspective opinion and analysis piece by members of Being Libertarian’s writing team. Every week the panel, comprised of randomly selected writers, will answer a question based on current events or libertarian philosophy. Managing Editor Dillon Eliassen will moderate and facilitate the discussion.  ...

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Perspectives: Mission: Unpossible

Being Libertarian Perspectives serves as a weekly, multi-perspective opinion and analysis piece by members of Being Libertarian’s writing team. Every week the panel, comprised of randomly selected writers, will answer a question based on current events or libertarian philosophy. Managing Editor Dillon Eliassen will moderate and facilitate the discussion. Dillon...

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Why News Genuinely Sucks & Why Artificial Intelligence Is Going To Need To Fix It

I am going to say something rarely said by anyone who writes articles, but I feel it’s an important thing to casually mention. Borderline every article I write is geared 100% to get attention, be controversial and make some people really, really happy and make some people want to...

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Shortcuts & Delusions: I Love Global Warming

Hello and welcome to Shortcuts & Delusions, a wholly owned subsidiary of Being Libertarian Inc., a division of Uni-Chem Consolidations LLC, a Bilderberg corporation specializing in industrial lubricants, munitions, genetically-modified cauliflower and tricycle wheels! If you’re passing through as part of the bi-hourly tour, please remember to follow the...

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Digital Privacy Further Eroded By US Dept. of Justice

A U.S. magistrate ruled this past Friday that Google has to comply with FBI search warrants seeking customer emails stored on their company servers located outside of the USA, despite a prior court ruling in July of 2016 stating that the government is not allowed to access Microsoft’s data...

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