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Is Capitalism Moral? A Lively Debate

Is Capitalism Moral? Frank Stilwell, Emeritus Professor of Political Economy at the University of Sydney and I debated this topic at an event organized and hosted by the Australian Taxpayers’…

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The Militarization of Policing: A Short Video

In Peace, Love, & Liberty (available at Amazon here), Radley Balko of the Washington Post addresses the issue of domestic police militarization and shows that it is not only an…

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Can We End War By Promoting Liberty?

In this video I speak a little bit about Peace, Love & Liberty (Available at Amazon here) on the campus of University of California, Berkeley, where the movement against the…

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Peace, Love & Liberty Event at the Cato Institute

The Cato Institute has invited me, Clark Ruper, and Chip Bishop  to speak at an event called Peace, Love & Liberty: The Path to Less War and More Peace, which will…

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ISFLC 2015: Come Network, Learn, and Coordinate for Liberty

  It’s an honor to be invited to speak to the International Students for Liberty Conference on February 13-15, 2015. This is a great conference where students from all over…

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Upcoming Events in Europe

I will be attending European Students for Liberty’s Regional Conference in Sofia, Bulgaria, on Saturday, October 18th, 2014. I’m honored to be the keynote speaker. If you’re looking to attend,…

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PanAm Post Interview at 2014 Estudiantes por la Libertad Conference

I had the opportunity to attend the 2014 Estudiantes por la Libertad Conference in Guatemala, at which I was interviewed by the PanAm Post about the growth of Students for…

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Remembering Leonard Liggio

My thoughts on the passing of a giant of libertarian thought and a very kind and gentle man, Leonard Liggio.

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That awkward moment when Hitler has stolen your seat.

I don’t know who wrote the caption for this, but it’s perfect.

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Turkish Coffee …. from a Machine!

I’ve just ordered one for the coffee bar my nephew and my niece-in-law are setting up. It looks cool. (And I like Turkish coffee.) Here’s how to order it and…

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