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Seven Lesser Known Classical Liberal Thinkers
1. Herbert Spencer Recommended reading: Social Statics A polymath, Herbert Spencer was originally known for his writing on biology. He coined the phrase “survival of the fittest,” used to describe the process of natural selection. Spencer rose to prominence by extending the lessons of biological evolution to politics and sociology. […]

7 Lesser-Known Classical Liberal Thinkers


Tulsi Gabbard at Trump Tower 2016
http://www.ronpaullibertyreport.com/archives/sanity-walked-through-the-trump-tower-doors-today “As Daniel McAdams reported at the time for The Ron Paul Institute: ‘Gabbard first raised eyebrows several weeks ago when she began to openly question President Obama’s Middle East policies, and particularly his “Assad must go” policy in Syria. It is unusual for a first-term Member of Congress to […]

Sanity in Trump Tower





Source: ‘Ring the Alarm: Laura Poitras Discusses Suing the US Government’ by Marlow Stern for The Daily Beast The Oscar-winning director of Citizenfour opens up about NSA spying, Chelsea Manning, Obama’s ‘terrible legacy,’ and more. Let’s talk about your blockbuster AT&T/NSA story in the Times. Since it came from the […]

Laura Poitras Print Interview 8-18-15





Source: Patty Wight for MPBNNews FALMOUTH, Maine – Many primary care doctors commit to the profession because of their passion for caring for patients. But the reality of the job often requires doctors to pack each day with patient appointments. As time with patients shrinks and administrative tasks swell, the […]

Direct Primary Care Reinvigorates Maine Doctors, Patients





By Suzanna Andrews Source: MORE At 44, Radack is among the leading whistle-blower lawyers in the country. She is also possibly the most outspoken and passionate. With expertise in national security, she has a client list that includes some of the most controversial people on the planet. She is part […]

Whistleblowers’ Lawyer Jesselyn Radack


Source: TIME   By focusing on just the racial aspect, the discussion becomes about whether Michael Brown’s death—or that of the other three unarmed black men who were killed by police in the U.S. within that month—is about discrimination or about police justification. Then we’ll argue about whether there isn’t […]

Kareem Abdul Jabbar on Ferguson