5 Books Every Libertarian Should Read But Probably Hasn’t

It’s winter and in most places the weather makes staying inside an appetizing option versus going out in the cold and snow. There are many books most libertarians have read such as Economics in One Lesson, Atlas Shrugged,  Stranger in a Strange Land, and many more. Although there are several books that have been released that have very interesting insights and arguments released over the last few years that any libertarian should have in their arsenal. Check them out below.

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A Libertarian’s View On The Largest Mass Shooting in American History

Early Sunday morning of June 12, 2016, a lone gunman named Omar Mateen killed 50 people and injured over 50 others. He was a U.S. born citizen from NY, but the child of immigrant parents from Afghanistan.  He lived in Port St. Lucie, FL, which is about 125 miles away from the prominent gay club ‘Pulse’ in Orlando, where the shooting took place. Reasons are unknown about why he chose this particular night club. Obama has called it “an act of terror” and “an act of hate.” Reminding us that…

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Where are all the libertarian women? They’re everywhere

March, being Women’s History Month, should be a good time to revisit an old question. Throughout the latter half of the Twentieth Century anti-freedom trolls have been ridiculing the Modern American libertarian Movement by claiming that it’s nothing more than a financially comfortable upper middle class Anglo protestant white man’s club and then demanding to know – almost as a religious-like invocation – “Where Are All The Libertarian Women?” This mantra has successfully persisted to the present day because its mantra-chanters have doggedly ignored two simple facts: They ignore that…

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Protectionism and Pandering in 2016: Have We Been Here Before?

One of the hallmark traits of the Millennial Generation, if you read a lot of Yahoo articles and those “”Dear Suzy” columns in the papers, is that they are “entitled.” Now contrast that with the rhetoric that is coming out of both sides of the 2016 Presidential race and the economic picture becomes clearer. The Democrats say that Wallstreeters and corporations have killed the economy with reckless ethics and that the government has pursued a foreign-favored trade policy. The Right says that rampant regulation, taxation  and executive overreach tanked American growth. Like two siblings pointing fingers over…

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