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Libertarianism

The Cult of Statism

This guest post is by Rev. Donald Ehrke. He is a Libertarian, a former GOP campaign manager, and ordained minister …

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Libertarianism

Shall we abandon the non-aggression principle?

It has been fashionable of late for some libertarians to broaden the libertarian non-aggression principle in their attempts to make …

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Book Reviews

Can Ayn Rand and Christianity hold a civil conversation? A review of “The Soul of Atlas”

Book review of The Soul of Atlas by Mark Henderson. 2013 Reason Publishing, 246 pages. http://soulofatlas.com Although libertarians have been …

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Christian Worldview

Codependency, Christian Love, and Liberty

This guest post is by Rev. Donald Ehrke. He is a Libertarian, a former GOP campaign manager, and ordained minister …

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Culture

The Libertarian Position on Hobby Lobby

In September 2012, the privately held retail store Hobby Lobby filed a lawsuit against the US federal government regarding new …

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Libertarianism

Hard Questions on the Drug War

As I have maintained in all of my articles on the drug war, the war on drugs is a monstrous …

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Economics

The System Built on Greed

Guest post by C. Jay Engel of the Reformed Libertarian. The anti-free market proclamations from the left (and even sometimes …

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History

War, Empire, and the Military

Introduction to Laurence M. Vance, War, Empire, and the Military: Essays on the Follies of War and U.S. Foreign Policy …

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Libertarianism

You Can’t Have a War Without Soldiers

“It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound …

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Libertarianism

The Cult of the Uniform

There are a number of distinctly American symbols that evoke feelings of pride, nationalism, and patriotism. There is the Constitution. …

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Book Reviews

Looking Forward by Looking Backward (My Personal 2013 Recap)

Adult maturity is partly evidenced by how well we allow our past to influence our vision and hope for the …

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Culture

Workplace Discrimination and a Free Society

Lately, it seems as though everyone thinks he is being discriminated against in the workplace. According to a national survey …

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Libertarianism

A Response to Stoker

This article was jointly written by Doug Stuart and Jessica Hooker. “…libertarianism is a values system of its own, and …

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Christian Worldview

Are Christian Libertarians also Pacifists?

I have been called many things since I began writing in 2003 about the immoral, unjust invasions of Iraq and …

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Libertarianism

Pulling Down Strongholds

I have a confession to make. I have been accused of writing with an agenda. I hereby plead guilty. For …

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Economics

Let’s Throw Out “Capitalism”?

It’s probably no stretch for me to say that I share a common frustration with other libertarians when I hear …

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Culture

If I were a pastor

I am not a pastor. I am not a minister. I am not a preacher. I am not a priest. …

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Libertarianism

How Conservative is Your Senator?

One of the main tenets of conservatism is supposed to be fidelity to the Constitution. Let’s see how Republicans in …

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Libertarianism

Can Conservatives Be Libertarians?

Some libertarians are applauding the recent Supreme Court decisions relating to same-sex marriage, not because of anything to do with …

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Economics

From God or the Sword

This article is by libertarian luminary Frank Chodorov, excerpted from chapter two of The Rise and Fall of Society. Is …

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Libertarianism

Does Libertarianism Diminish Freedom?

Hillsdale College in Michigan hosts Mises Lectures in free-market economics and houses the library of Mises in the Ludwig von …

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Libertarianism

Sacred Music is for Everyone

Jeffrey Tucker, head of Laissez Faire Books, has been quite active in the Catholic music tradition for some time. In …

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Libertarianism

Thoughts on Censorship

By Rev. Edmund Opitz, author of The Libertarian Theology of Freedom and Religion and Capitalism: Allies, Not Enemies. This essay …

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Culture

Decriminalization, Legalization, or Freedom?

In between drug prohibition and drug freedom are two concepts that are often confused. Drug prohibition is the criminalization of …

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Theology doesn’t begin and end with Romans 13

On Easter Sunday, I joined a Facebook thread where the role of government and Romans 13 were discussed. A number …

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