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In Should Libertarians Support a Police State? open borders advocate Jacob Hornberger writes: Our American ancestors tried to protect people from unreasonable searches by federal officials. They understood that a free society necessarily depends on external constraints placed on the … Continue reading
Recently a reader reached out to me via email (you can, too) about whether or not alliances can be made with non-libertarians on the Left. I sent him a reply that I thought was worth posting here for your thoughts: I … Continue reading
This latest National Review column on police seems to make the case that people have no reason to be afraid of police. Sorry, but people really do have reasons.
No joke. During a recent City Council meeting, Indianapolis Police Chief Rick Hite said the following: I am a soldier in an army.
Okay, I said I wouldn’t say anything more about the situation in Ferguson, Missouri. But I couldn’t pass this up. Like I said before, it’s not just about possible police brutality or crime. It’s about economics, too, and the economic … Continue reading