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Tag: war on drugs

An Ultra-Conservative Libertarian is No Libertarian at All

"Libertarians" that are willing to choose their personal lifestyle choices over furthering the movement of liberty and prosperity are not libertarians.

The Tyranny and Failure of Coercive Paternalism

Coercive Paternalism, the ideology that is responsible for government intervention in our daily lives, is flawed and neglects the rights of the individual.

The First Step Act: A True First Step in Criminal Justice Reform

“Criminal Justice Reform” is a god-term, meaning it invokes an immediate, positive, and powerful response from a listener. Fortunately, the First Step Act does not fall into the trap.

Silk Road: Double Life and Forty Years For a Website

Violent criminals such as rapists, murderers, and pedophiles get much lighter sentences than someone who ran a website with no victims involved.

What Economics Should Teach Trump About the Opioid Crisis

Trump's calling for the world to end fentanyl distribution through the death penalty will not end well for anyone.

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.

Marijuana War on Drugs

Legalizing All Drugs is Morally and Practically Beneficial

The War on Drugs tears apart families, enables the cartels to thrive, and doesn't actually reduce rates of drug consumption at all.

libertarian and green party representation

The Case for a Libertarian and Green Unity Ticket

The Libertarian and Green parties, by working together, could accomplish a lot more in the modern American political arena.

Online Drug Markets: A Better Alternative to the Current Black Market

Even those against drug legalization should be against crack-downs on online drug sites.

A New Hope for Congress – Jason Hope for House of Reps

An interview with Jason Hope, Texan candidate for House of Representatives

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