Being a libertarian in this day and age is tough. With politics at possibly the most tense point in a generation (especially in the US), it’s safe to say emotions are running high. Unfortunately for libertarians, this leaves us with

An ideology that excludes people cannot function sustainably. When a society seeks to push away large swathes of its own population, we see a backlash. This was evident during the French Revolution, the anti-colonial rebellions throughout the 20th century, and in

Fascism, in very simple terms, is principally an ideology of a centralized state. Further still, though the terms “authoritarian” and “nationalistic” are often misused to impugn right-wing convictions, they are indeed cardinal components of a fascist state. Whether the credos

I thought I might do something different for my column today. A weekly roundup of the articles published by Being Libertarian's contributors and columnists since my last column last Friday felt like a good idea! Without further ado: https://beinglibertarian.com/welcome-back-1950-america-lowdown-liberty/ By Thomas J.

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