Tag Archives: libertarian

Give MoveOn a Piece of Your Mind

Whether you agree or disagree with MoveOn‘s political motivations, you shouldn’t miss the golden opportunity to give them a piece of your mind. They’ve posted three-question, open-ended (free text) survey to the web and are soliciting opinions. Share with us what you personally are thinking today. What is going through your head? What do you […]

Pittsburgh Domestic Registry a Good Idea

Pittsburgh City Councilman Bruce Kraus has introduced a proposal to City Council that would take a step toward getting the State out of the marriage business by setting up a “domestic registry“.

Dr. Paul May Do Harm

On 21 May 2008, “Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008” became law. Essentially, the act prohibits health insurance companies from denying coverage to someone with negative genetic makeup. This law is good legislation since it guarantees that everyone has the opportunity to enroll in or buy into health insurance to help improve or save peoples’ […]

Libertarians at Sea?

A bunch of geeks are apparently trying to upstage the Free State Project. Silicon Valley Nerds Plan Sea-Based Utopian Country to Call Their Own “A group of super-rich Silicon Valley nerds are sick of the man keeping them down. That’s why they’re planning to create their own sea-based country made up of floating structures that […]

Libertarians at the Pitt News?

The Pitt News, like most college newspapers, is know more for articles written by liberals and libertines than libertarians. Nevertheless, in the last few months I’ve noticed several editorials that present or at least hint at libertarian ideals. Here’s a sampling. Give me your impressions in the comments.