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"Given the way Matthews and other statists fawn over her, I figured I would surely find an endless string of wisdom pearls. Instead, I found sappy verbosity that, even as history, is dull and unquotable. Many of her columns display an embarrassing naiveté about policy matters, both foreign and domestic."
If we put Eleanor's mugshot on any bill, it should be an invoice -- for the costs of her complicity in prolonging the Great Depression and her attempts to use the FBI to silence critics.
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"Much as with the controversies over bakers and florists, being denied service by one agency does not actually impact a gay couple’s ability to find and adopt children at all.

But eliminating Catholic Charities from the pool reduces the number of people able to help place these children. It’s the children who are punished by the politicization of adoption, not Catholic Charities."
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This Friday, make sure to watch Lawrence W. Reed on a special episode of John Stossel's show focused on “Heroes of Freedom”!
This week's Stossel show is focused on "Heroes of Freedom," so, of course, they called FEE President Lawrence W. Reed.
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At the latest FEE seminar, students learned about an assortment of communication techniques and competed in a project presentation competition.
Dozens of talented high schoolers gathered in California to learn about communicating liberty.
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If you were in charge, would you ban your ideological opponents' books?
If you had all the power, how would you treat your opponents?
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noop nor paper writing helps its all about the brain 
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"If Justice Kennedy thinks that you have rights to whatever the courts decide to give you rights to, Justice Scalia thinks you have no rights except what the majority decides to allow."
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I think the process was flawed , Appointed Justices,  a crime study should have been completed first.  You were informed  not to use the word "GAY"  which means happy! I think you violated the rights of Married Hetero Couples, what about the Snowden Report, and other crime data, especially crimes against Royal Families!! 
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America today is light years ahead of where it was just a couple decades ago — whether that will translate into concrete change remains to be seen.
America isn't getting more liberal or more conservative -- it's getting more libertarian.
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Ultimately, the tax effects of marriage are one of those areas where marriage policy would better off if we hit the reset button — on the tax system.
Private marriage doesn't need the government's help, but civil marriage can protect families against the state.
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Libertarians need to start working with nontraditional allies to support, on an issue-by-issue basis, real, practical reforms to the surveillance state.
The Revolution began with a fight against unreasonable searches; a marginal revolution can do it again.
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"Indeed, the expansion of capitalism and freer international trade has coincided with an era of slow economic growth, high unemployment, increased child labor, skyrocketing inequality, and grinding poverty.

Just kidding, that’s not what happened at all."
In this era of "savage capitalism," the world has seen unprecedented declines in poverty and increases in global welfare.
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"Hayek did not predict that 'social justice' would be first used to silence dissent before moving on to its long-term agenda, but it would not have surprised him."
Blurring physical safety with ideological comfort is one of the greatest threats to our open society.
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Progressives have made their bed, but they can't afford to lie in it.
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The Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), one of the oldest free-market organizations in the United States, was founded in 1946 by Leonard E. Read to study and advance the freedom philosophy. FEE’s mission is to offer the most consistent case for the “first principles” of freedom: the sanctity of private property, individual liberty, the rule of law, the free market, and the moral superiority of individual choice and responsibility over coercion.

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