by Eileen | 11:37 am, January 15, 2013
When I heard that Lance Armstrong was prepared to admit what we’ve all known for years, my immediate thought was that the looming Mea Culpa was a bid for attention and praise. Armstrong’s favorite drug is praise. If he can’t be adored as a winner, he’ll scramble onto a new podium as America’s favorite personality [...]
by Brian T. Schwartz | 6:30 am, November 12, 2012
Political meddling in what should be our personal decisions turns those with different preferences into enemies. Continue reading →
by Brian T. Schwartz | 6:30 am, December 28, 2011
The left’s entire approach to poverty is to segregate the poor into inferior public provision, while the rest of society enjoys the benefits of quasi-private provision. It’s as though the left wing in American politics wants socialism for the poor and capitalism for everyone else. Continue reading →
by Brian T. Schwartz | 5:30 am, May 31, 2011
To save American healthcare, not to mention to save the country itself, advocates of freedom, free markets, & capitalism must take the moral high ground from the proponents of government-control, Dr. Yaron Brook tells patients and doctors at a Doctors Town Hall.
by Brian T. Schwartz | 5:30 am, May 12, 2011
“If you ever need an organ for a transplant operation, chances are you will die before you get one. You can improve your odds by joining LifeSharers. It’s free. LifeSharers is a non-profit national network of organ donors. LifeSharers members promise to donate upon their death, & they give fellow members 1st access to their organs.”
by Brian T. Schwartz | 5:30 am, April 8, 2011
“If a patient needs a $50,000 operation but cannot afford it, he has the right to ask his friends, family, neighbors, or strangers for monetary assistance—& they have the right to offer it (or not). But the patient has no right to take people’s money without their permission; to do so would be to violate their rights.” – Paul Hsieh, M.D.
by Brian T. Schwartz | 6:00 am, November 10, 2010
The alleged “right” to health care lurks behind increasing government involvement in medicine. If there were such a right, asks Stefan Molyneux, “when does a woman in the process of becoming a doctor switch from someone with a right to receive health care to someone with an obligation to provide it?”
by Justin Longo | 9:12 am, November 16, 2009
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. “They call it illegal immigration for a reason. Keyword being ILLEGAL.” Then the conservative goes on to talk about how awful it is that workers from other countries disrespect our laws, and how it proves they are criminals at heart because of their complete disregard for our immigration [...]
by wesley | 5:13 pm, May 20, 2009
That crazy magician Jillette penned a neat little piece on Glenn Beck’s site that discusses morality and the Government’s use of force. It’s good stuff. It makes sense. Check out Penn’s reasoning for Why I’m a Libertarian Nut Instead of Just a Nut: I don’t speak for all Libertarians any more than Sean Penn speaks [...]
- PPC Training for Activists
UPDATE: Something apparently got messed up with the PayPal buttons during this past weekend’s database glitch – fixed now. Yes, it’s that time again — PPC will be conducting training classes for center-right activists on Saturday, April 20 and Saturday, April 27, at Independence Institute in Denver. The tentative class schedule is as follows: Saturday, [...]
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