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A Forensics Charlatan Gets Caught in the Act: Video from a defense attorney's sting exposes Mississippi bite-mark "expert" Michael West. Radley Balko (5/15)

Disturbing the Peace: On the inalienable right to "excessively noisy sex" Brendan O'Neill (5/11)

The Internet Saved My Tongue: How I beat Canada's 'human rights' censors Ezra Levant, June 2009 Print Edition

Obama's Vision Deficit: After 100 days, the new president has revealed himself as an effective salesman of exhausted ideas. Nick Gillespie and Matt Welch, April 29, 2009

Are You a Terrorist? It's easy to find out!: Fill out a few short questions and win a legally binding certificate! Nick Gillespie, April 16, 2009

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  1. Why would “non-profitness” impress a libertarian? One should find it downright embarrassing.

  2. Just because libertarians support the idea of for-profit organizations doesn’t mean nonprofit organizations are problematic…

    It doesn’t seem to me like they are trying to impress people with their nonprofit status in the above, just stating it as fact.

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