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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.


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


This edition of Scoring for Liberty will involve my own hometown and the sports franchises that I love, but have had a bad history of government funding and favors. The city has had an odd history of teams coming and going;


The North Korean Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un, extended an invitation to South Korea to participate in talks about sending a delegation to next month’s Winter Olympics. “North and South must work together to alleviate the tensions and work together as


I had an interesting conversation recently over the use of performance enhancing drugs within athletic organizations. The person I was discussing this with felt that the audiences of these sports would provide demand for bigger and better athletes if there wasn’t


Welcome to the first segment of Scoring for Liberty, a column dedicated to discussing political topics in the sports realm with libertarian commentary. Topics to be discussed include the economic effects of sports franchises, publicly funded stadiums, and general political


Albert Einstein famously said “everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life thinking it is stupid.” Many libertarians use this quote as an example of how


I will be frank. I do not like Donald Trump or his presidency, so that will obviously influence the contents of this article, which will answer the question “Is Trump’s presidency meeting libertarians’ ends?” There were a variety of reasons for

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