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Keynes Was Not a Socialist

Keynes
"Neither Democrats nor Republicans are immune from utilizing Keynes' backwards approaches to the economy."

Facebook Pulls Libertarian Children’s Book for “Adult Content”, Refuses to Refund Ad Campaign

"We put in endless hours just to get these ads running, and right after launch our main product was pulled," says author and attorney Dorit Goikhman, "still, they refuse to refund the money for the ad campaign which ran while the products were pulled. This is fraudulent." 

The Case for Privatization of Indian Railways

Privatization
"An operating ratio close to one suggests complete negligence and a marked disregard for profit maximization. But that is all right since the Indian taxpayer will always be around to foot the bill."

Tactical McNukes Are Not For Sale

McNukes
"Yes, I’m talking about recreational nukes, or McNukes they’ve come to be called."

The Potter’s Fields

fields
"He thought back on all the time he’d spent in those fields, ruining his body just to get by another day."

A Most Unorthodox Company

company
"Did I mention that most of these voters are uninformed, biased, and hopelessly ignorant about how best to run a company?"

Securing the Southern Border

Southern border
"With the drug overdose problem that exists in the U.S., obviously, there is a huge need for policy change."

The Problem With Debating Everyone

Debating
"There’s a few things I find make it easy to identify whether or not jumping in might actually result in something positive."

Socialist Superheroes Need to Invent Supervillians

supervillians
"You can come up with any half-baked save-the-world scheme as long as you profess good intentions and build up good supervillains."

Being Libertarian Means Supporting Medical Freedom

Medical
"As a libertarian, you can think vaccination is a great boon to public health. You can think it’s the best thing since sliced bread. You cannot accept government-sponsored censorship of dissent and you cannot accept mandatory vaccination. Leave that to the fascists."

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