The Republican Liberty Caucus and libertarian-Republicans out-performed generic Republicans in the 2012 election.Read more »
Republican voters accepted Mitt Romney as their nominee, and got what they deserved in the presidential elections. If Republicans want to win, and reduce the size and power of the federal government, they must do what it takes to prevent empty-suited panderers from being nominated in the future, even if it means taking on the GOP establishment.Read more »
The average voter in this country cannot think critically. Obama supporters are asked if Obama should've been able to use his teleprompter in the last debate.Read more »
I don't see how anyone who confronts Obama's record with clear eyes can enthusiastically support him. I do understand how they might concluded that he is the lesser of two evils, and back him reluctantly, but I'd have thought more people on the left would regard a sustained assault on civil liberties and the ongoing, needless killing of innocent kids as deal-breakers.Read more »
The duopoly-the Republican and Democratic Parties-claim to not agree on much, but they certainly agree on one thing: Only Republicans and Democrats are permissible candidates for election to public office.Read more »
Many libertarians and anarchist shy away from political engagement, deeming it useless and believing that education efforts alone will bring about societal change. Yet Murray Rothbard, a giant in libertarian circles, believed political engagement server a purpose and had a place.Read more »
As has been widely reported, an official Romney campaign ad that showed President Obama singing a line from the Al Green song "Let's Stay Together" has been hit with a takedown from BMG Rights Management — the group that controls the publishing rights of the original song — and pulled from YouTube. The takedown is an obvious abuse of the DMCA process: the ad was a clear fair use and therefore noninfringing. But the unfortunate real story here is that this kind of takedown abuse is all too common, and we're likely to see it again this campaign season.Read more »
Corporation is a distinct and legal and separate entity from the persons that have created it. Of all business organizations, corporation is one of common form, and its owners aren't responsible to pay for its liabilities. Corporations are usually classified as: profit corporations, non-profit corporations, public corporations, private corporations, professional corporations, publicly-held corporations and closely-held corporation.Read more »
Earlier this year, Mitt Romney nearly landed in a politically perilous controversy when the Huffington Post reported that in 1999 the GOP presidential candidate had been part of an investment group that invested $75 million in Stericycle, a medical-waste disposal firm that has been attacked by anti-abortion groups for disposing aborted fetuses collected from family planning clinics.Read more »
For more than two weeks, the University of Virginia has been in an uproar over the abrupt resignation of school President Teresa Sullivan. Sullivan stepped down after just two years in office, citing "philosophical differences" with the institution's governing Board of Visitors. The June 10 announcement shocked students and faculty, who had just finished graduation festivities and had begun settling in for a hot, quiet summer surrounded by the Charlottesville school's neoclassical columns and red brick architecture.Read more »
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