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Murray Rothbard on Crime & Punishment

At our monthly meeting tonight (November 15th), we will be discussing the libertarian perspective on crime and punishment.  To get your wheels turning, below is a link to section 13 of Murray Rothbard’s The Ethics of Liberty. Punishment and Proportionality … Continue reading

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Setting the Record Straight on Free Markets

If you’ve never heard Tom Woods speak, you’re really missing out. He has a unique ability to take politics and economics and make them fun, engaging, and exciting. In the talk below, he clears up some of the misunderstandings so … Continue reading

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Can a Tax Be “Fair”?

Several Republican Tea Party favorites support the Fair Tax, a national sales tax that they hope would take the place of the income tax. Here’s a brief libertarian take on the issue. As for me (Josh), I agree with economist … Continue reading

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