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A murder in Indian country, funeral picketing and Immanuel Kant.

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Can someone be liable for “intentional interference with business relations” for accurately informing people about some facts about the plaintiff, which then leads them to stop doing business with the plaintiff?

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A historian tries to defend Nancy MacLean's self-contradictory claim that libertarians' supposed opposition to Brown v. Board of Education is a sign of opposition to democracy. In reality, Brown was a constraint on democratic majorities, one that libertarians are happy to embrace. A definition of democracy broad enough to depict Brown as pro-democratic has implications that left-liberal critics of libertarianism may not like.

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If the president is violating the constitution, Sen. Blumenthal may be as well.

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My new World Government Research Network article explains why nationalists are not the only ones who have good reason to be skeptical of proposals for world government and strong "global governance."

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My new article on how left and right could both benefit from a stronger commitment to enforcing limits on federal government power.

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Sounded very odd to me at first -- what, they're afraid a dragon will eat the sun?

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An entry from the Encyclopedia of Libertarianism

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That's what a California bill passed by the state senate and recommended for passage by an assembly committee would provide.

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A very interesting decision handed down Wednesday by a New York appellate court.

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