How can decentralized, digital currencies change the way we go about our economic lives?
The internet has unleashed expression, but has led to new forms of control. Decentralization will fulfill the internet’s libertarian promise.
Policies that embrace freedom, innovation, and entrepreneurship while accepting risk can provide humanity with the technology to make us all freer, healthier, and safer.
A history of how libertarians have thought about utopias and how utopian thinking has influenced libertarianism.
What would the presidency look like if it were kept to the rather limited form the Founders intended?
Ulysses S. Grant rode his popularity to political power.
Madison gave no sign in his pre-presidential career that he would flourish in the chief magistracy, and he lived up to expectations.
Lincoln’s navigation of the secession crisis and ensuing Civil War can legitimately be described as unprepared at best, and at moments susceptible to severe strategic missteps.
In foreign affairs, the Arthur administration was as devoid of accomplishment as almost any in American history.
Johnson’s actions in Southeast Asia are undoubtedly the most notorious aspect of his presidency, both in popular memory and mainstream histories.
Fiat currencies rely on trust in the nation-state for legitimacy. Bitcoin undermines these myths and forms a more stable basis for our financial future.
Užupis, which roughly translates into English as “behind the river,” is a bohemian, artistic, and free-spirited republic.
Monroe was not a deep thinker, as were Jefferson and Madison, nor was he the charismatic leader that Washington was.
Grover Cleveland was undoubtedly the most classical liberal President the United States has ever had, but even he still committed many blunders.
How open banking will transform the financial industry.
Hailed at his passing as “the most successful one-term president in the nation’s history,” George H.W. Bush has a far better claim to being the most destructive.
Although Van Buren himself was an effective politician, his years as president prompted scholars to rank Van Buren’s presidency as average, grouped among some of the least-effective and forgettable presidents in U.S. history
When it comes to surrogacy, libertarians and communists may be able to agree more than you might think.