Daily Archive: July 16, 2010

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Liberaltarianism, Again

I’ve long argued that libertarianism, to the extent it is entitled to consider itself the heir to classical liberalism, has been corrupted by its long-standing affiliation with the American political Right.   Tim Lee makes...

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Proving Freddie’s Point

In his discussion with Scott the other day, Freddie wrote, in a since-much-cited quote: When conservatives argue, they say, “my position is the really conservative one.” When liberals argue, they often still say, “my...

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My Latest Examiner Opinion Zone Piece

“John Stagliano faces prison for perhaps the rest of his life. Will putting him there save even a single pair of innocent eyeballs? And for how many milliseconds? Is that a trade-off we’re happy...

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Immigration and Preemption

Transplanted Lawyer has an important follow-up to his guest-post last week on whether the Arizona immigration law is Constitutionally preempted.  TL suggests that the arguments advanced by the Obama Administration may not be likely to succeed, while...

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