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The “libertarian” war against public schools: what does it mean?

Source: What the ‘Government Schools’ Critics Really Mean – The New York Times Katherine Stewart, an investigative journalist, published an opinion piece in today’s New York Times for which I am grateful. Because it relieves me of the necessity of … Continue reading

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“Libertarian” male lawyers in hysterical snit over “Democracy in Chains”

I just got back from a quick trip to Three Lives & Co–buoyed by an almond croissant eaten on the subway–to buy a book called Democracy in Chains, by Nancy MacLean, professor of history and public policy at Duke University. … Continue reading

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Why I loathe “libertarians,” in one brief paragraph

Not my brief paragraph. In the Volokh blog, I just ran into this despicable crapola from a “libertarian” lawyer named [David Kopel] writing about The Hearing Protection Act and ‘silencers’. You did realize the NRA is now pushing an act … Continue reading

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