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Libertarian women's history month: Dana Berliner

Dana Berliner (May 31, 196? – ) was born in southern California, where her father, Michael Berliner, was the first executive director of the Ayn Rand Institute and a professor of education at California State University and her mother, Dr. 1,140 more words

Ayn Rand

CAF Victory!

The IRS has gotten smacked down in one of its attempts to seize the assets of a business owner.

This is a great day for freedom and justice.

-JD Cross

UPDATED: Live Oak, Peticolas & Revolver to Announce Distribution Lawsuit

Three Texas brewers have teamed up to challenge restrictions on craft beer distribution.

Chip McElroy, owner of Live Oak Brewing in Austin, Michael Peticolas, owner of  644 more words

ATX Beer

A Story We Should Care More About

Every new story about creationist teachers or praying cheerleaders gets lots of attention, but the news we should really care about involves the humdrum topics of taxes and school funding. 542 more words

In The News

Iowa CAF, bring the hammer down on the police

Two Iowa police and a training organization called Desert Snow are the target of a lawsuit by two men who had $100,000 confiscated from them. The two men did nothing wrong and had no illegal things in their possession. 45 more words

Dislike Campaign Spending, Don't Restrict It

Here is interesting perspective from the Institute For Justice on an issue that is often blown out of proportion: money in politics. The graphic above from IJ tells the story. 133 more words