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For many on their journeys of life, the city offers temptations and variety. But some critics are trying to make "staying put" a kind of duty.
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MARCH 23, 2015 by ALYSON HUDNALL
Marriage falls within our right of association, and the state should not be able to hold it hostage.
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Profit is responsible for more good things -- by a long shot -- than all the charity in the world.
There really was a white male scheme to exterminate African Americans
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The minimum wage has a dark, racist history. And the great irony is that its malicious intent is unwittingly being realized today.
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Free speech is not only essential to the search for truth; it is vital to human progress.
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To what extent can someone be a consistent libertarian and avoid benefiting from an unfree system? There's a line in there somewhere, but as government grows, it's getting harder to see.
True ideas do not need gatekeepers to cast out nonconformists
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Branden never repudiated his objectivism or his deep love for Rand's ideas, but he came to wear them lightly, as part of a life well lived.
Freedom to use private property enables people to give of what they own
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Dickens contrasted the Christmas spirit of giving, generosity, sociability, and cheer with the stinginess of dour, greedy, grasping Ebenezer Scrooge, but it was Scrooge's private property that enabled him to be so generous at the end of the story.
It is not enough to urge Scrooge to be good to others
DECEMBER 18, 2014 by SARAH SKWIRE
Everyone knows Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol. But few recall another Victorian tale that brings balance to the story of Scrooge.