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Rep. Paul Broun 's Senate campaign got a potentially lucrative and energetic jolt Thursday with the endorsement of former presidential hopeful Ron Paul. Broun's libertarian voting record and penchant for carrying a Constitution in his pocket jibes
From Prospect, the relatively new science of human behaviour might also define ethics for us ethical economics would then emerge from one of the least likely places: economists themselves. Mark Thoma on why politics and economics are a toxic cocktail.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul said mulling a 2016 White House run gives him a larger microphone to spread his libertarian brand of politics, telling reporters he won't make a final decision on a presidential bid until sometime next year. Paul -- son of
He has been interviewed in the in the Austrian Economics Newsletter and on Mises.org. One of Salerno's most popular works is Money, Sound and Unsound...Upon seeing this seminar, we thought that this was too good an opportunity to pass up. ACT would
The Washington Post Libertarians have proven to be enthusiastic supporters for underground political message films. They have willed not one but three parts of the Atlas Shrugged adaptation into existence; they helped turn last year's tea party fever
We cannot expect a federal government controlled school system to provide the intellectual ammunition to combat the dangerous growth of government that threatens our liberties, Paul said during his farewell speech to Congress last November. Months
04/06/2013 10:25 am EDT Follow: On this week's episode of "Real Time," Bill Maher used his final "New Rule" of the night to take on Libertarianism and the conservatives whose obsessions with Ayn Rand have "ruined" the political philosophy for him.
They're on track to break Las Vegas records for longevity, they've been staples on TV for decades and they're Broadway vets, but Penn & Teller are still pushing out into new ventures and new shows. Among their upcoming projects: A movie exploring the
Business Insider has learned that Paul will deliver remarks at Howard University in Washington, D.C., next Wednesday morning just one month before former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to deliver the university's commencement address. According
Bush's invasion of Iraq, we may be witnessing a seismic shift in America's politics of national security. After decades of using hawkish positions for partisan advantage, the Republican Party is facing a foreign policy identity crisis. Its brand is