libertarian


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libertarian

1. a believer in freedom of thought, expression, etc.
2. Philosophy a believer in the doctrine of free will
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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.
This go-round, Brandon Phinney of Rochester switched from being a GOPer to a Libertarian, joining fellow GOPer Caleb Dyer of Pelham and ex-Dem Joseph Stallcop of Keene.
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.
The town hall is expected to focus on the state of the 2016 race as well as the Libertarian platform.
His campaign was supposed to have been a less intransigent version of his father's quixotic yet impressively enthusiastic White House bids in 2008 and 2012, mobilizing the young people drawn to the elder Paul's angular libertarian message yet tempering its rough edges so as to neutralize neoconservative critics like Bill Kristol.
Prediction: no court, even private ones presumably dedicated to libertarian principles, would land too heavily on B, given the almost universal revulsion at this sort of behavior.
Numbers like these led the statistical-minded political commentator Nate Silver to write in The New York Times in 2011 that "there have been visible shifts in public opinion on a number of issues, ranging from increasing tolerance for same-sex marriage and marijuana legalization on the one hand, to the skepticism over stimulus packages and the health-care overhaul on the other hand, that can be interpreted as a move toward more libertarian views.
Supreme Court is a sober, well-researched, and thoughtful case for the libertarian point of view on judicial issues ranging from gun control to economic regulation.
Volume I in a New Series: "Selected Salvos from the Loose Cannon Libertarian" by Garry Reed, Libertarian Opinionizer
Libertarian was putting in all his best work at the finish that day and Godolphin obviously recognised his potential as they agreed a deal for the colt, with the Irish Derby offering a farewell outing for Burke.
You have probably the greatest database on the libertarian personality.
It offers an accessible overview of libertarian positions in philosophy, economics, and politics.

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