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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

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Is this the best short explanation of libertarian thought ever written?

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It might also startle your libertarian friends

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Must political reforms be corrupt or doomed to fail or both?

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Without corruption, politicians couldn’t get much done

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Does statism have a slippery slope?

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Discover the “power creep axiom”

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The only thing left-statists (kind of) know about economics

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And their proposed remedy is self-contradictory

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Post-Statism

What kind of libertarian are you?

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We are post-statists — “voluntaryists with a vision”

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Sovereign Law

Libertarians believe in laws, and here they are…

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If you’ve read Richard Maybury, you know the first two

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Not Utopia

How to respond when told you’re “Utopian”

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Libertarians are too modest to be Utopian

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Transforming the State

Don’t downsize The State. Transform it.

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Remove this power from The State, and it becomes…

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Read the amicus brief filed in the Birchfield “blood test” case

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In ND and MN, your driver’s license might cost you …

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Sufficient Funding

Is taxation really necessary

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The correct way to think about how much money government needs

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