Monthly Archive: March, 2017

If Progressives Want Lasting Change, They Should Do More Than Protest And Run For Office

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Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in The Huffington Post, and is republished here with the authors’ permission. By Brakeyshia Samms and Brandon McKoy Ever since last November, we have seen an upsurge in… Continue reading

Pop Politics: What Should You Watch – Oscar Docs

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Back by popular demand, while many of us are still buried under snow (or mainly slush), here is the return of Pop Politics: What Should You Watch. It has been a couple weeks… Continue reading

Sebastian’s Blogiversary Reflection

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When we started Unfettered Equality, a popular article in New York Magazine asked “Has The Libertarian Moment Finally Arrived?” Three years later, in Politico: “The End of the Libertarian Dream?” It’s been a… Continue reading

Angie’s Blogiversary Reflection

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It has been almost two months since the Trump presidency began and I have come to hate any sort of political discourse. I am not even exaggerating. I have stopped using Facebook because… Continue reading

Jeremy’s Blogiversary Reflection

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I once claimed on this blog that “the libertarian moment is here to stay.”  Boy, was I wrong. The rising arc of a Progressive-Libertarian alliance that Sebastian and I hoped for has been… Continue reading