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Nathaniel Owen is the Chairman and co-founder of Being Libertarian. He is a writer, musician, homeschooling advocate, and libertarian, and typically addresses issues from an economic point of view. Nathaniel is a member of the Goldwater Institute, a Friend of the Rare Book School at the University of Virginia, and has been a member of the Libertarian Party since 2012.

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      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRlI2SQ0Ueg Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the respective presidential candidates of the Democrat and Republican parties, have arrived in St. Louis, MO for the second of three presidential debates. Much has transpired since the first debate, including the leak of the "Podesta

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“Two other characteristics of conservatism: its fondness for authority and its lack of understanding of economic forces.  Since it distrusts both abstract theories and general principles, it neither understands those spontaneous forces on which a policy of freedom relies nor

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Footage has emerged depicting 19 year old Dylan Noble of Fresno, California being fatally shot by Fresno police officers while lying on the ground outside of a gas station. The footage captured the final 2 shots. According to Police Chief

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It was on the 23rd of March, 1775, that a few of the most revolutionary words of all time were passionately spoken on the floor of St. John’s Church in Richmond, Virginia. Closing a desperate plea for the Virginia Colony

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The Philadelphia City Council has voted 13-4 to enact the nation's first ever city-wide tax on soda. The tax applies to all sweetened and diet drinks, including tea, energy drinks, and anything that includes caloric sugar-based sweeteners. The efforts made by

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Pastor Roger Jimenez of the Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento, California has spoken favorably about the shooting massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, praising the deaths of the 50 victims as a mass removal of sodomites from society. “Are you

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During the early morning hours of Sunday, June 12, 2016, I was on a flight to Washington, D.C. to attend lobbying efforts for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on behalf of small businesses. While waiting to board my plane in San

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