FreedomWorks’ CEO Matt Kibbe’s new book Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff was the topic of discussion Tuesday at Heartland Institute, and due to flight delays and re-direction the author himself had to reschedule his presentation for Wednesday. However, having read Kibbe’s book Joe Bast, CEO of the Heartland Institute, and Jim Lakely, ably filled in for Kibbe’s absence in a discussion about liberty.
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If there is one label more than any other that principled advocates of individual liberty are often stamped with it is that they are “extremists.” How can you be so extreme, it is said, what is wrong with a compromise between personal freedom and some “reasonable” degree of government regulation, welfare legislation, and social intervention?
This weekly podcast features the second half of a conversation between Jim Lakely, Heartland’s communications director, and Yaron Brook, president of the Ayn Rand Institute. In this half of the interview, Jim and Dr. Brook discuss President Obama’s treatment of capitalism, corporate cronyism, and the morality of libertarianism.
This is a discussion between Jim Lakely, communications director of The Heartland Institute, and Yaron Brook, president of the Ayn Rand Institute. They discuss inspiring youths to take up the cause of liberty and the supposed injustice of income inequality.
Poverty and Inequality, Redux | Online Library of Law and Liberty
As the newly reconstituted Commission moves forward to tackle thorny issues, such as the IP transition and the incentive auction, the agency will be confronted with incessant pleas from various parties seeking “fairness” and a “level playing field” in the name of promoting competition.
The War On Us | Online Library of Law and Liberty
Lincoln understood that the intertwining of free labor and property rights was essential to securing and maintaining the liberty espoused by the Declaration of Independence and guaranteed by the Constitution.
An opportunity to move back toward reinstituting the protections of economic freedoms (and away from the unbridled deference paid to police power legislation) has presented itself in the Great State of Louisiana.
If the demonization of the enforcement of intellectual property rights were to catch on, the brightest among us would be significantly less likely to invent in every case where the benefits of expending the effort do not overwhelmingly outweigh the costs.
Michael Lind’s Obtuse Attack on Liberty and Libertarianism – Reason.com
There's No Such Thing as 'Good Government' | Cato @ Liberty
DOJ vs. School Choice | Cato @ Liberty
“The Big Bang Theory” Meets Its Maker | Online Library of Law and Liberty
Question of the Week: What’s the Right Point on the Laffer Curve? | Cato @ Liberty
Federal Spending Has Always Been Wasteful | Cato @ Liberty
Brick Wall of Local Bureaucracy | Cato @ Liberty
FYI Memo for Senator McConnell: Medicare Is Already Means-Tested | Cato @ Liberty