Let’s now broaden that debate and contemplate the difference between libertarian Christmas and socialist Christmas.
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Now that the presidential race will be a choice between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Americans may give libertarian candidates a second look.
John Stossel reviews the recent Libertarian Presidential Forum with Gary John, Austin Petersen and John McAfee he moderated on FOX Business Network.
In this year’s Republican presidential primaries, Sen. Rand Paul got little traction. Is the libertarian anti-government message is too radical?
Let’s enjoy a good laugh (because some of us libertarians can be very doctrinaire and dour) while noting that plenty of places rely on the private sector.
Taking a libertarian approach, the entire controversy of transgender bathrooms and transgender locker rooms disappear, at least in the private sector.
A libertarian argument against the government of India, and conservatives, which wants to prevent low-income women from profiting from surrogate motherhood.
Despite it being a reasonable governing philosophy, people object to being treated like adults and they lash out with very silly attacks on libertarianism.
Dan Mitchell shares two “definitive” political orientation quizzes to see where you and the current presidential candidates stand on the political spectrum.
John Stossel warns that it isn’t too smart to get too enthusiastic about any politician, but shares why he will be voting for Sen. Rand Paul for president.