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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

Our Rubicon Moment

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While this America settles in the mould of its vulgarity, heavily thickening to empire And protest, only a bubble in the molten mass, pops and sighs out, and the mass hardens, I sadly… Continue reading

Self-Organization and Politics: Hayek and “Health” Economics

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  Friedrich Hayek first began writing about economic self-organization in the early 20th century, before there was a cohesive science of complexity.  His writings paint a picture of economic life teeming with complex… Continue reading

Chat Corner: The Unfettered Equality team discusses Brexit, globalization and what it means for Europe going forward.

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SEBASTIAN: Really hoping the Brits don’t vote for exit. Would be pretty catastrophic. I don’t think an EU without Britain would survive, France and Germany are on the same page but they both… Continue reading

Happy Blogiversary! Unfettered Equality Turns One Year Old Today

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Dear Readers, Today marks the one-year anniversary of Unfettered Equality, a milestone we are both proud to share with you and grateful to you for making possible. Since our first post, we’ve covered… Continue reading

Stop Whining About Young Voters, You Jerks.

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Are we really asking why young people didn’t vote in the midterms? Okay, fine. Let’s talk. But if we’re going to talk, can we start by saying that non-presidential youth voter turnout ISN’T DOWN —…