Is there a place for us on Sunday mornings where the week’s headlines aren’t repeated or subtly inserted into the liturgy, where God is at the center of the conversation, not a politician?
What morality—and what electoral strategy—prioritizes the right of a Honduran to cross the border over the right of an American not to be forced to feed, house, and clothe her family?
If you already have an ‘outsider’ president who is cutting taxes, deregulating, considering Pentagon base closings, and more, it is unclear how Libertarians can run against him.
DC’s gay pride parade is characterized less by free speech and expression than it is by the machinations of progressive groups.
It’s time for libertarians to detach themselves from both populism and progressivism and present a viable alternative.
Abortion undermines the very principle of inalienable rights, which should scare all lovers of liberty.
Matt Kibbe joins the Federalist Radio Hour with Ben Domenech to discuss media bias and the future of the libertarian movement.
A conservative approach toward the Middle East today should not be a choice between the two extremes of isolationism or global policing.
Gary Johnson may be a pro-choice, pro-gay pot-smoker. But he’s for limited government, and that’s what conservative Christians need.
Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld tells a young interlocutor that personal firearms ownership is essential for the defense against a tyrannical government.
The heirs of William Buckley must find a way to forge a principled alliance with the new nationalists, based on something more than desperation and hatred of Democrats.
Here’s the speech Libertarian candidate for president Gary Johnson should give to voters eagerly looking for a plausible alternative.
The Gary Johnson campaign is a test of whether Libertarians love the votes of the mainstream right in 2016 more than they hate the conservatives.
Gary Johnson and Bill Weld criticized Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump for being out-of-touch weirdos during CNN’s live townhall Wednesday night.
The U.S. Postal Service is dying, and requires privatization — a ‘postit’— to survive, argue libertarian scholars in the face of continued deficits.
Even though I’ve previously been pragmatic about allying with politicians I disagree with, both major parties’ candidates are so bad I’m voting Libertarian with a clean conscience.
Libertarians are always rightly questioning the role of the state, the size of its power, and the competence of its bureaucrats.
‘We need more than a Religious Freedom Restoration Act—we need a Freedom Restoration Act, which was of course what the Constitution was meant to be.’
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