Cryptocurrency Forking as Voice and Exit
For Filmore, slavery was a moral wrong, and imposing on states’ rights was a legal wrong, but for U.S. history, the chimera of legislation that became the Compromise of 1850 was a catastrophic mistake.
The turf war between government agencies over 5G could delay innovation and harm America’s international leadership in the technology.
Currie-Knight’s study of libertarian views on education shows that there has never been ‘a’ libertarian approach to school choice.
Satoshi Nakamoto hoped that crypto-mining would be decentralized, not the domain of large mining outfits. Honey Bear aims to realize that vision.
Learning a foreign language used to be long, expensive process requiring teachers. Today, there are apps that make language learning easier and cheaper.
The real population crisis confronting the world is depopulation, not overpopulation. A Review of Darrell Bricker and John Ibbitson’s Empty Planet.
Adams’ mistake was not, as some would have it, in angrily prosecuting his political enemies; it was, rather, in allowing others within his administration to pursue acts which went against his avowed political principles and instincts.
Voltairine De Cleyre reappraises the legacy of the American Revolution through an individualist anarchist lens.
Abraham Lincoln’s address before the Young Men’s Lyceum of Springfield, Illinois.
Address Delivered at the Request of the Committee for Arrangements for Celebrating the Anniversary of Independence
John Quincy Adams argued that any government that attempted to compel others to adopt its values by force risked undermining liberty at home.
The research community is best poised to shape what is developed and in what capacity it can be used by a variety of actors.
This address was delivered by Dwight D. Eisenhower before the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
To discover everything wrong with the Gipper, we have to challenge myths from all sides.
Doctors using telepresence robots can help distant patients while improving quality of care, but is that the real motivation?
Escher and his “radical liberal” comrades provide an interesting case study of Switzerland throughout industrialization.
Our author concludes with a resounding call for Martin Van Buren, free soil, free speech, free labor, and free peoples the world over.
Our author continues his assault on slavery by declaring that the world had advanced too far to allow slavery any further.