By Tag "the Liberty Movement"
Whatever your thoughts on the results of yesterday's election, and the challenges and opportunities it presents us, there are good reasons to be optimistic. Having been involved with the liberty movement since the early nineties, and having [...]
As Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul was gracious enough to mention in his tribute to Reed Larson, I was one of the many liberty activists who got their start working for Mr. Larson at the National Right to Work Committee. I would like to [...]
When our friends get elected, they cease to be our friends." “The trouble with conservatives,” he once observed, “is that too many of them come to Washington thinking they are going to drain the swamp, only to discover that Washington [...]
In addition to passing the Massie Hemp Amendment last night, the House of Representatives also passed Congressman Ted Poe's amendment ending funding for the American Community Survey. The Poe amendment passed by voice vote. The passage of these [...]
Sunday was the 80th birthday of one of the "founding fathers" of the modern Libertarian movement, and a major influence on my own intellectual development, Ralph Racio. Ralph attended Mises' seminars in the late 40's and did graduate work [...]
Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul issued the following statement on the passing of Reed Larson, former President of the National Right to Work Committee: "All Americans who value liberty owe a debt to Reed Larson. In his almost [...]
Of all the lies and smears hurled at those of us in the liberty movement perhaps the most absurd is that we do not care about improving our community or helping the less well-off. In my experience, people in the liberty movement are amongst the [...]