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States are moving to end National Guard role in unauthorized wars – Responsible Statecraft
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These citizen soldiers have made up a big percentage of the fighting forces overseas for last 20 years. Time to bring them home.
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Dr. Seuss Draws Anti-Japanese Cartoons During WWII, Then Atones with Horton Hears a Who!
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Before Theodor Seuss Geisel AKA Dr. Seuss convinced generations of children that a wocket might just be in their pocket, he was the chief editorial cartoonist for the New York newspaper PM from 1940 …
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BNS: 206: Gun Rights in Biden's America -with Sam Jacobs from Ammo.com
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Now that Joe Biden and his team are officially getting their policies into action, one group that has been noticeably weary of what may be coming down the road; gun owners. "Heck yes, we're coming fo…
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CSS: Enemy of My Enemy: Trump's Impeachment
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In a brand new pilot podcast, Aaron Viehe, Chris Gault, and Hodey Johns discuss whether or not Trump should have been impeached. They also touch on Rush Limbaugh's death, the cold snap in Texas, and …
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Ep. 59: The Corporation Problem (with Gary Chartier)
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This week, Gary Chartier joins us to discuss the libertarian corporation problem.
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Ancient Greece’s Legacy for Liberty: Banking for Freedom in Athens
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Athenian banks afforded women and slaves a chance at economic autonomy. This was possible because of lax enforcement of laws restricting their economic liberty.
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The Nine Billion Names of Galt
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Libertarianism frequently exalts the individual, but markets operate by orchestrating collective efforts to realize gains only possible through cooperation.
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Making the World Better
libertarianism­.org
Powell critiques an attack on libertarianism that charges libertarians with wanting to destroy society in order to live in a world without cooperation.
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Can We Fix U.S. Politics?
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Lee Drutman and Dan Bowen join the show to talk about a future when polarized politics are no longer the name of the game.
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The Politics of Relief
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Listen now (70 min) | The Senate is set to debate the Biden administration’s COVID-19 relief package this week, and today the gang talks about the politics of getting it passed. Steve posits the admi…
 
CPAC Was Right at Home in the Land of Make-Believe
thedispatch­.com
That Donald Trump lost the 2020 election was just so much fake news for panelists and attendees.
 
Biden Risks Repeating Mistakes of the Past if He Ignores the Evidence on Iran
thedispatch­.com
The Islamic Republic has a long track record of willfully concealing its nuclear activities in violation of its treaty obligations.
 
A Reality Check on the Pandemic, Supply Chains and Our 'April 2020 Mindset'
capitolism­.thedispatch­.com
Federal government attempts to reshore supply chains raise their own risks. Freer markets actually make us more resilient.
 
Personal responsibility, moralism, and the American right
rationalreview­.news-digests­.com
Source: Radical Classical Liberals by Andrew Jason Cohen “Consider the idea that individuals ought to try to be self-reliant, willing and able to take responsibility for themselves and their …







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