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Since joining the Libertarian Party in 2016, Luke Henderson has been active in the liberty movement through journalism and political activism. Luke is a paraprofessional for the Special School District of St. Louis, composer of fine art and electronic music, and contributor to multiple libertarian news sites.


"So, if the primary concern of open-borders advocates is a free market of labor, which I suspect closed-border believers would support, and the primary concern of closed-borders advocates is respect for who may enter their property, again, a belief I


"It is through conflict and disagreement that students learn how to effectively argue, but also how they learn to manage their stress. Having a moderate amount of stress occasionally has been shown to improve memory, disease resistance and it provides


"The President is entitled to his opinions, but Donald Trump has a lot of influence over everyday people and businesses and demonstrates a lack of responsibility in what he says." Writes Luke Henderson in this edition of Scoring for Liberty.


"This uncertainty of being a law-abiding citizen or not creates an anxious society where individuals can’t enjoy their own freedoms. Much like sports fans can’t enjoy the end of the hockey season as much because of the convoluted way of


Recently, I received tickets to go see a first-look of a local St. Louis filmmaker’s directorial debut; a film titled “Living in Tents.” The film follows three “tent cities” in the St. Louis area where homeless citizens live together and support


Should professional athletes stand for the national anthem? That’s the question that fueled most debates involving the National Football League at the beginning of the season. Personally, I don’t care if the players stand for the Star Spangled Banner. I took


After much debate, I’m making a call right now: sports need to be banned from schools. In a world where so many children already feel ashamed of their bodies and have low self-esteem, requiring athletics in gym class is an

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