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In the home of the brave, a kid can't hold a pencil on the school bus.
The prolific George Mason University economist outlines his unabashedly libertarian argument for a government that does less and individuals who do more.
After Police Detention for National Anthem Disrespect, Chinese Online Star Admits She 'Hurt Your Feelings'
Under Chinese law, disrespecting the national anthem is punishable by up to 15 days in jail.
Economic freedom is good-whether in itself or because of the longevity, prosperity, and associated liberty it brings.
Should we try to make the existing system better-or should we try to launch a new one?
We asked the attendees at PorcFest 2018.
We offer how-tos, personal stories, and guides for all kinds of activities that can and do happen right at the borders of legally permissible behavior.
Under Stalin, people could be killed for carrying joke books about him. They did it anyway.
Rallying to call for restrictive laws is a whole lot easier than getting people to submit to them.
The U.S. used to come in second or third in rankings, but according to the latest Human Freedom Index it's at 17.
Rights are theoretical unless you can defend them.
Those who migrate from libertarianism to the alt-right have rejected the essence of the freedom movement and its philosophy.
Chairs, mirrors, shoes, clothing, and more can't be sold before noon on Sundays. But at least you can buy a beer at 11 a.m.
Economic dynamism and concomitant abundance are best served by a good dollop of freedom, which, alas, we are in the process of slowly losing.
The long-ruling African National Congress is on its way to losing power, but could go with the "Zimbabwe option."
Q&A with this riches-to-rags evangelist for personal reinvention.
A wave of new technologies is making it easier for us all to flip the bird to regulators and prohibitionists.
Cato's Johan Norberg on politics, progress, and why he remains optimistic.
"Your Papers Please" Becomes Harsh Reality for Passengers on Domestic San Francisco to New York Flight
Customs and Border Protection offer only their authority at the border as excuse for demanding papers from citizens on domestic flight in fruitless search for someone "ordered removed by an immigration judge."
Populists and autocrats are the rising dual threats to liberty says new Freedom House report
Laws that force individuals into unwanted business relationships are unjust.
Freedom of the press, government accountability and transparency, and economic freedom have all been trending down, while corruption is trending up.
I don't want to have a "conversation" with regulators; I want them to get the hell out of the way
From increased life expectancy to reduced levels of violence to greater personal freedom, things are going in the right direction.
Fifteen years later, we really do have "nothing to fear but fear itself"