Sounds good to me:
I believe in the free speech that liberals used to believe in, the economic freedom that conservatives used to believe in, and the personal freedom that America used to believe in.
Sounds good to me:
Cory Doctrow, author of the new book Little Brother, talks about how George Orwell was wrong about the role of technology in personal liberty:
H/T: United Liberty
From Reason TV a look at how America has drifted, slowly and quietly, into the land of Big Brother:
In the Keystone State, Big Brother Is Watching:
Another classic from Reason TV:
A new Oklahoma law raises the question of where any state gets the right to force a human being to undergo a medical procedure:
On Tuesday, the Oklahoma Senate passed one of the country’s most restrictive abortion laws, requiring that women seeking an abortion have a viewable ultrasound and listen to a detailed description of the [...]
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has signed into law the most far-reaching immigration law in the country:
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer today signed into law an immigration bill that gives the state toughest law in the nation, making it a state crime to be in the country illegally and requiring local police to enforce federal immigration laws.
The Arizona Legislature has passed what is clearly the most draconian immigration law in the country:
Arizona lawmakers on Tuesday approved what foes and supporters agree is the toughest measure in the country against illegal immigrants, directing local police to determine whether people are in the country legally.
The measure, long sought by opponents of illegal immigration, [...]
From Friday’s Cato Daily Podcast, The Cato Institute’s Chairman Bob Levy discusses the challenge to Proposition 8 out in California and makes the point that, in the end, the right to be married is nothing less than the right of free association, and the government should not interfere with that right:
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