Tag Archive: libertarian

The “Libertarian Moment” is Here to Stay

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Last year the New York Times Magazine noted the ascendance of libertarian-ish Republican senator Rand Paul and asked whether America’s “libertarian moment” had finally arrived.  Now, again using Rand Paul as a focal… Continue reading

Battle Hymn of the Latchkey Kid

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I had one of those “negligent” mothers who didn’t monitor my television habits very closely, so when I was a kid my favorite show was South Park. Oddly enough, I think I learned… Continue reading

I’m a Libertarian Who Supports Obamacare — Here’s Why.

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As a libertarian, I’m pretty big on limits to government power and highly supportive of freedom and personal privacy. However, I’m also reasonable when it comes to  laws and policies necessary for the… Continue reading

Friday Roundup!

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Happy weekend friends! Here’s what Jeremy and I read this week. Also, bonus political cartoon! (h/t to Brian Cook): Jeremy’s Picks Hour long Q&A with Ralph Nader on how Progressives and Libertarians are… Continue reading

Part IV: Seeds of Destruction: Trends Shaping the New Arc

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This is fourth part of a five-part essay on the coming alliance of libertarian and progressive Millennials in American politics. Click here for Part I, Part II, and Part III.  In order to… Continue reading

Part III: Millennials Come of Age

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This is the third part of a five-part essay on the coming alliance of libertarian and progressive Millennials in American politics. Click here for Part I and Part II. Much ink has been… Continue reading