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The Libertarian Moment Is Not Over

In August 2014, The New York Times pointed to the rise of Rand Paul as a potential signal that the long-awaited “libertarian moment” had finally arrived. Now that the Kentucky senator has dropped out of the presidential race, we can expect the naysayers to come out of the woodwork, declaring triumphantly that such a moment—if it ever existed—is definitively over. To them, I say, “Not so fast.”

02/13/2016
Don't Call Me a True Conservative
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Don't Call Me a True Conservative

The issue is not who is conservative, but who is willing to gamble his own power to achieve a result beneficial to everyone.  In the power struggle between the DC Establishment and grassroots, labeling of the two sides often conceals the battle lines.  Language frames the debate, and I am still not completely comfortable with the labels "establishment" and "grassroots".  I'm even more uncomfortable with the labels "true conservative" and "RINO", as they don't describe at all what the fuss is about.

02/07/2013
Republicans are getting more libertarian, because America is
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Republicans are getting more libertarian, because America is

This morning, the ever-insightful Conn Carroll of the Washington Examiner observes that, on just about every issue you can think of, the Republican party is becoming more libertarian. He notes: 

02/29/2012