Opinion by Justice Samuel Alito (for four justices) in Matal v. Tam, the “Slants” case: [The idea that the government may restrict] speech expressing ideas that offend … strikes at the heart of the First Amendment. Speech that demeans on Continue reading Supreme Court unanimously reaffirms: There is no ‘hate speech’ exception to the First Amendment – The Washington Post
President Trump is living up to his campaign pledge to cut back on red tape, reducing new regulations to a tiny fraction of the burden imposed by previous administrations, a new study said Tuesday. Cabinet agencies under Mr. Trump finalized Continue reading Donald Trump slashing red tape at historic levels – Washington Times
Ron Paul — Perhaps no one has done more to bring the libertarian platform into the national spotlight than Ron Paul, the former United States Representative from Texas and three-time presidential candidate. He has also authored several books of libertarian Continue reading 100 Most Influential Libertarians 2017 by Newsmax is Inaccurate
Has anything changed the world more than the internet? South Korean economist Ha-Joon Chang thinks so. He would argue that one invention – an engine of liberation – has had a far more powerful effect on daily lives. He means the washing machine, Continue reading Freedom from Want Achieved Throught Capitalism: Setting Washerwomen Free
The Georgia Supreme Court became the latest court to reject a demand for a bailout by the taxi industry when it unanimously upheld a state law that permits ridesharing companies, like Uber and Lyft. The case centered on Atlanta’s taxi Continue reading Georgia Supreme Court Rules Taxis Must Compete With Uber, Have No Right To An ‘Unalterable Monopoly’
Come this summer, school superintendents and principals will be able to hire people without formal training to teach in their classrooms. Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday signed legislation to create new exceptions to laws that generally allow traditional public schools Continue reading Arizona Removes Restriction Allowing Anyone to Teach: Libertarian Triumph
How often have you heard critics of the Libertarian Party say, “You guys never win.” Such accusations are usually launched by Democratic or Republican voters, who vote for the “winners.” Or by people who are not active in politics. They’re Continue reading Libertarians Never Win, Why Vote For Them?