There have been several posts up at The Liberty Papers this week that deserve your attention.
Brad Warbiany posted two items yesterday. The first was a look at the decision by a Georgia Federal Judge striking down Georgia’s voter ID law. The second is a great essay that still has me thinking about how children fit into a libertarian framework of individual liberty. If I work up some thoughts worth sharing, I’ll post something over there, but probably not until next week.
I’ve also got a few things up over there as well, including an article on the impact of land-use regulation on the price of homes, another about the impact of a specific type of land-use regulation on a Fairfax County family, and a discussion of the risks we would face in calling a Constitutional Convention.
Finally for links to a series of great posts on the gay marriage issue, go to my post from Sunday.