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Frederick Douglass: Lion of Individualist Liberalism

Blight, the Yale historian, is hardly unique in his misrepresentation of the classical liberal tradition. Indeed, his flawed approach is typical of many progressive writers, who see no conceptual alternative but to divide the polity into Red and Blue, as defined by the two leading political affinities of the moment. Fortunately for America, the writings of Frederick Douglass are always there to remind us that individuals often come in ideological gradients that are often too complex and subtle to fit under common labels, and that they possess inalienable rights that deserve equal protection under the law.

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The Loneliness of the Black libertarian Part 1

Having a skin tone roughly the same shade as our current commander-in-chief makes it difficult to be a libertarian. It means you’re not a “team player.” It means you’re on the wrong side of history. And it means you’ve got a lot of explaining to do. “What do you mean you do don’t support President […]

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#93 Obama: Our First Bi-Sexual Female Presidential Puppet – No Questions, Please

[youtube=] Not content in calling our new President-Elect the first black president, watching Hillary being all macho has Obama loving journalists saying he’s got more feminine qualities than her – so what does that also make him the first female president as well? And with the Larry Sinclair accusations, does that also make him bi-sexual? […]

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