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Crimea Massacre: School Shooting Occurs in Kerch

20 are dead and up to 50 more injured after student Valdislav Roslyakov shot up his college in the coastal city of Kerch, Crimea.

The Catholic Church Needs a New Reformation

The Catholic Church, under the leadership of Pope Francis, has broken its own Canon Law and should reform itself before it's too late.

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The Communist Roots of the European Union

Many of the founders of the European Union had very strong communist leanings, which explains some of the group's modern intentions.

71R Exclusive: Interview with Polish Libertarian Konrad Berkowicz

Konrad Berkowicz, the Vice Chair of Poland's Liberty Party and candidate for President of Krakow, sat down exclusively with 71 Republic's Daniel Szewc to discuss his ideas.

The Case for Libertarian Monarchism, Part Two: Monarchy and Success

A monarchy, unlike a democracy, will act in the best interest of a country.

The Case for Libertarian Monarchism, Part One

Contrary to popular opinion, monarchism, rather than a form of democracy, is the best way to protect liberty.

The Great American Brain Drain of Scientists

Trends like this are hard to get started, but they’re even harder to reverse

Keynesian Economics: A Misleading Policy

Keynesian economics, though often touted as successful, has a number of key pitfalls

The EU is Flawed, but Not How I Previously Believed

The EU is full of flaws, though it does often face unfair straw-man arguments against it

Italy’s Populist Government Materializes

Italy has reached a coalition government deal, leading the European Union to face an uncertain future.

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