More Libertarianism Articles

  • Is there a third way between war and disengagement in the Middle East?

    A well-stated and thoughtful approach to foreign policy, one that addresses concerns over engagement and intervention, could make all the difference in the 2016 election.

  • This is what Pew found when it went looking for the 'libertarian moment'

    Pew found that many U.S. voters are still confused as to the exact meaning of "libertarianism," that many self-described libertarians holds views that are mostly in line with the overall public and that there doesn't appear to be a set list of concrete principles that allow for a hard definition...

  • Policing a riot

    Libertarians warned for years that government is force, that government always grows and that America's police have become too much like an occupying army.

  • Iraq, Ferguson, and the 'libertarian moment'

    Americans may not be eager to abolish the minimum wage, legalize prostitution, or repeal the New Deal, but libertarianism's warnings ring truer than ever.

  • Six House candidates who want to be the next Justin Amash

    Here's a quick look at Tom Emmer and five other candidates, all in races they can win, who can be the next outspoken libertarian.

  • Could Ron Paul help Florida's GOP governor in his re-election bid?

    A libertarian running for governor in Florida is looking to capitalize on the vestiges of Ron Paul's two presidential bids -- and that tactic might actually be working. Sort of.

  • Ron Paul calls for 'epidemic' of Edward Snowden-style whistleblowers

    Ron Paul is expanding his media footprint with a call for an "epidemic of truth-telling" by whistleblowers like Edward Snowden and Vietnam War-era tipster Daniel Ellsberg.

  • Did the Kochs ever give the ACLU $20 million? Probably not

    Google the words "Kochs" and "ACLU" and you will get more than 5 million hits. Most of the top ones reference a $20 million dollar donation that conservative philanthropists David and Charles Koch gave to the American Civil Liberties Union a decade ago to challenge the PATRIOT Act.



From the Weekly Standard