Anything Peaceful Don’t Put Eleanor Roosevelt on the $10 Bill
Her legacy is bad economics and outright authoritarianismLawrence W. Reed Jul 6, 2015
If we put Eleanor's mugshot on any bill, it should be an invoice -- for the costs of her complicity in prolonging the Great Depression and her attempts to use the FBI to silence critics.
Anything Peaceful Making Sense of Marriage, With and Without Government
Marriage policy is screwed up, and it's not clear how to fix itJason Kuznicki Jul 6, 2015
Private marriage doesn't need the government's help, but civil marriage can protect families against the state.
Anything Peaceful Religious Charities, Gay Marriage, and Adoption: A Case for Pluralism
Let everyone help as best their beliefs allowWalter Olson Jul 6, 2015
Shutting down religious adoption agencies won't help kids.
Anything Peaceful Celebrate Independence With a Revolution Against the Surveillance State
Freedom can be won back with small stepsRyan Hagemann Jul 4, 2015
The Revolution began with a fight against unreasonable searches; a marginal revolution can do it again.
Freeman Article What Do We Celebrate on the Fourth of July?
Independence Day Isn’t Just a Political CelebrationSarah Skwire Jul 3, 2015
There's value in having a parade just to appreciate the right to have a parade.
Anything Peaceful America Isn't Getting More Liberal — It's Getting More Libertarian.
Today the public is broadly more libertarian than it was just decades agoDaniel Bier Jul 2, 2015
America isn't getting more liberal or more conservative -- it's getting more libertarian.
Anything Peaceful Gays Need the Freedom to Discriminate
New laws won't fast-track fairnessJeffrey A. Tucker Jul 1, 2015
Anti-discrimination laws will provide more choices at the expense of more informed choices.
Anything Peaceful Gay Marriage Decision: Right for the Wrong Reasons. Dissents: Wrong for Worse Reasons.
Terrible, incoherent logic from all sidesTimothy Sandefur Jun 26, 2015
Bans on gay marriage are unconstitutional. But why?
Anything Peaceful Supreme Court Rules for Right to Marry, Strikes Down State Bans on Same-Sex Marriage
The Court voted 5-4 to recognize gay couples' equal right to marryDaniel Bier Jun 26, 2015
Justice Kennedy wrote the opinion, finding that marriage is a fundamental liberty protected by the 14th Amendment.
Anything Peaceful Blurred Lines: The Humanitarian Threat to Free Speech
Liberalism is a "habit of mind" — and we are out of practiceAaron Tao Jun 25, 2015
Blurring physical safety with ideological comfort is one of the greatest threats to our open society.