Tag Archive: Libertarianism

Legalize prostitution?

As anyone who has read these pages more than once or twice – all six of you – might know, I have argued before that the criminalization of prostitution makes little sense. Charles Cooke takes up the argument in, of all places, the pages of National Review: If your political philosophy requires the micromanagement of…

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Justin Amash is a fraud

If Representative Amash is in fact willing to consider “increased revenue” (red: tax increases) as a part of any fiscal deal with Democrats, then I am afraid that I am compelled to agree with Ryan McMaken: Justin Amash’s recent comment that raising taxes or increasing government revenues is all something he could be convinced to…

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Amish Milk Farmer is a Threat to the Republic

The Washington Times today reported that the FDA has prevailed in its effort to stop an Amish farmer from selling natural, or “raw”, milk, to customers across state lines. Well thank God for that. There are clearly no greater threats than Amish farmers selling a natural product to willing buyers. Thank goodness the FDA is…

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Judge Napolitano Nails It

I’m a huge fan of Judge Napolitano, and was an avid viewer if his show in Fox Business Channel. His ending message from tonight’s show – the last – is must viewing:

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