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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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Say No to Reparations: Remembering Slavery, Forgetting the Classical Liberal Values that Abolished It

Advocates of reparations for the descendants of African American slaves recently challenged socialist Bernie Sanders to embrace their cause, which he refused to do. A leading advocate of reparations, Atlantic contributor Ta-Nehisi Coates, criticizes Sanders for placing class-based politics before race. Lost in the unending debate over reparations is a key point: group reparations ignore the…
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Rep. Charlie Rangel Promoting Slavery Again

So, here is the deal.  Good old Charles Rangel, representing a piece of New York City, is continuing his slavery campaign.  He started this involuntary servitude campaign in 2003. In 2011, he stood for a chat with John Stossel on the Fox Business channel.  The video at the link is over seven minutes long, and […]

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