In terms of format, one might have expected either a single-author work by a scholar who has studied both libertarianism and conservatism, or else a collection of essays by a number of libertarian
and conservative contributors.
Miller, who also serves as the vice chair of the state's Libertarian
party, said he was told that Texas Libertarians
had never before clinched ballot access in a four-way statewide race.
He ran as a Republican and then as a Libertarian
during the 2012 election when he received 1.
Throughout his presidential campaign, Senator Paul spent much of his energy backtracking and distancing himself from the strict libertarian
positions of his father, former congressman Ron Paul, particularly on foreign policy.
Animal torture has had a bandit-like existence in libertarian
A Reason-Rupe poll from spring 2014 found that while they're libertarian
on social issues and immigration, millennials are not great when it comes to economic matters.
resent paying taxes, and they hate red tape and overreaching government.
You have probably the greatest database on the libertarian
He notes, for example, that hard libertarians
are not insensitive to the importance of consequences.
However, the most serious semantic problem Tomasi faces in addressing libertarians
is his use of the term "social justice.
It is equally dubious to suggest that Sweden defended "civil liberties" in a way that libertarians
would concede as "excellent.
representative from Texas ran for president on the Libertarian
Party ticket in 1988, and before that was a fixture in the broader libertarian