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The Libertarian Case For Welfare Cheats

Generally speaking, libertarians are almost universally opposed to any “social welfare” or wealth redistribution programs.  We consider them to be impractical, economically inefficient, and an unjust violation of property rights.  If it were up to us, all of these programs … Continue reading

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One Really Bad Reason To Support Abortion

I try not to get into “social issues” very much, mainly because they don’t interest me a whole lot.  The issue of abortion is particularly contentious, and is a rare example of an issue that cannot necessarily be easily decided … Continue reading

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If Denmark Jumped Off A Bridge, Would You?

  Scandinavia’s Weakest Nation Finds Welfare Habits Too Costly – Bloomberg. I always find these stories to be quite interesting.  For decades, the American left has pointed to Europe in general, and Scandinavia in particular, of how great and wonderful … Continue reading

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