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Tag: President

The Danger of Giving a Good Man Power

Allowing people to expand the scope and extent of the power of their office leaves it forever changed so that preserving liberty is nearly impossible.

The Libertarian Party: A History From Hospers to Johnson

A brief history of how the Libertarian Party went from a small, meaningless group to a rapidly growing third party option for those inclined to liberty.

Oath of Enlistment Occurring

The Military Oath of Enlistment is Self-Contradictory

The Oath of Enlistment that all soldiers swear by proves they're chained to the executive branch.

Swooshed: Nike Loses 3 Billion In One Day On Kaepernick Deal

Former 49ers quarterback stars in controversial ad campaign.

Real Strongmen Aren’t Victims

Authoritarians need crises and enemies to blame them on. If they run out, they’ll invent new ones

Trump’s Protectionism Hurts his Rust Belt Base

Trump's protectionist policies will limit competition and therefore hurt the industries of the Rust Belt, whose population makes up his base of support.

True Libertarian Presidents I: Ulysses S. Grant

Why Ulysses S. Grant was a true libertarian president.

Thomas Massie Suggests 2016 Libertarian Ticket Was “Never Really Libertarian”

Representative Massie Hits Out at Gary Johnson & Bill Weld

Career Politicians Without Term Limits are a Thing of the Past

American politicians currently serve without term limits, but there is some movement for change in Congress.

Weld Didn’t Endorse Hillary, Did He?

Did Bill Weld sell out to the Democrats or stand for the Libertarian message to the very end?

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