Wendy McElroy is an individualist feminist and libertarian who has
authored or edited over a dozen books as well as hundreds of articles
and essays. She has been published by such diverse venues as Penn State
to Penthouse, FEE to Marie Claire. The founder of ifeminists.com, her
e-home is wendymcelroy.com. She is a member of the FEE Faculty Network.
Canada's refugee system shows how getting politics out of the way (even partially) can reduce tensions and promote integration.
Fear of robot labor is fear of the free market.
Homeschooling produces better students at lower prices than government schools, with less time spent on indoctrination. So of course the government sees it as a threat.
The unemployment rate is exactly the kind of statistic whose meaning relies on the political context as much as or more than the reality it's meant to reflect.
Using a criminal background check to screen potential new hires can get you sued. That's because minorities have born the brunt of bad laws, particularly drug laws. Bad laws, and not potential employers, should be the focus of equal-opportunity lawsuits.
A review of John Blundell's Ladies for Liberty.
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