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  1. For the past several years, there has been a running debate within the libertarian movement between libertarians who favor government immigration controls and those who favor open borders.

    As an advocate of open borders, I have never been able to figure out how those libertarians who favor government-controlled borders are able to reconcile their position with the libertarian non-aggression principle, which condemns the initiation of force against others and holds that people should be free to do whatever they want Continue Reading

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    If you live within driving distance of Orlando, Florida, or just happen to be in the area, I would like to invite you to attend FFF’s conference, “End the Drug War,” at the Florida A&M University law school (201 Beggs Avenue, Room 240, Orlando, FL 32801) on Wednesday, March 22, 2017, from 6:00 pm – 8:30 p.m. Admission price: FREE and open to the public. Our conference co-sponsors are the ACLU chapters at FAMU, Barry University, and the University Continue Reading

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  3. I cannot recommend too highly an op-ed that appeared in yesterday’s Washington Post, entitled, “Quit Calling Donald Trump an Isolationist. He’s Worse than That” by Stephen Wertheim, a Fellow in History at King’s College at the University of Cambridge. It is an absolutely excellent analysis of Trump, foreign policy, militarism, and isolationism.

    Those who support U.S. interventionism around the world have accused Trump of wanting to return to the era of “isolationism.” Referring to the period after World War Continue Reading

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  4. Amidst the feeding frenzy that has taken over Washington, D.C., and the U.S. mainstream media over Russia, forgive me for asking a politically incorrect question: What’s wrong with talking to Russia?

    After all, is the United States at war with Russia?

    Well, you might think so if you read the editorial in Wednesday’s New York Times, entitled “Time to Investigate Mr. Trump’s Ties to Russia,” where the Times’ editorial board labels Russia an “enemy.”

    Really? Enemy? But the United Continue Reading

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  5. Donald Trump is obviously a smart man. One cannot build up a billion-dollar financial empire without being smart.

    Unfortunately, however, Trump is not so smart when it comes to some things, like the drug war. He thinks that simply by cracking down in the drug war and becoming more ruthless than previous presidents, he’s going to be the one who finally wins the war on drugs.

    It’s not going to happen. No matter how smart he is in business affairs Continue Reading

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