Libertarians have always struggled to communicate their ideas in a way that is appealing to the average person. Spike Cohen, former Libertarian Party candidate for vice president and founder of You Are the Power, wants to change that.
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Sahar Tai-Seale is a permaculture school designer and ecological planner, a nonprofit coordinator, a farmer and garden educator, an ex-model, and a psychosomatic healing practitioner.
When the socialist policies of Nicolas Maduro and Hugo Chavez transformed Venezuela from a prosperous country into a humanitarian disaster, it was big news all over the world.
It’s easy to take a revisionist view of our initial attitudes toward the COVID-19 lockdowns now that several years have passed and the initial fog of confusion has been replaced by a series of increasingly inconvenient facts for the COVID-authoritarians.
In their new film, “Undivide Us,” Kristina Kendall and Benjamin Klutsey bring Americans together to have the kinds of difficult conversations that we’re told we can’t have any more.
All over the country, people are relocating in search of better living conditions, greater economic opportunity, and more freedom. But where to go?
Concluding a series focusing on different points of view on the Israel-Palestine conflict, Matt Kibbe is joined by three members of the Israeli liberty movement for first-hand accounts of what it’s really like to live in the midst of war.
In this latest installment in a series of conversations highlighting different perspectives on the Israel-Palestine conflict, Matt Kibbe talks to Sheldon Richman.
When COVID lockdowns were imposed, the focus of policymakers was on protecting the citizens of developed countries from the virus. While they failed to do this, they also neglected to consider the impact of people struggling with poverty around the world.
The international monetary system is a mess, but how did it get that way? In large part, it is due to a deal that was cut in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, in 1944.