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When words Trump policy

October 12, 2016

Errors of libertarianism

By Mike Tudoreanu

March 29, 2012

There is a joke that we economists always like to tell about our field: A physicist, an engineer and an economist are shipwrecked on a desert island, and the only thing they have to eat is canned food saved from their ship. But...

Perfidy of unregulated corporations

By Jeff Bagdigian

March 27, 2012

In an America without government regulation, our lakes and rivers would undoubtedly be far more polluted; our forests, if they still stood in the absence of logging restrictions, would be devoid of wildlife for hunting quo...

Libertarianism is here to stay

By Gavin Beeker

March 13, 2012

In a Republican primary race largely consisting of slick suits and sweater-vested cultural reactionaries, Ron Paul is by far the most interesting candidate to have emerged from the fray. He campaigns without any expectation...

Elephant-sized vote set for Super Tuesday

By Brian Canova

March 6, 2012

Voters in 10 states, including Massachusetts, will today cast nomination ballots crucial to the campaigns of the four remaining Republican contenders vying for the party nod in November’s presidential bid. In an electi...

And then there were three

By Nikhil Rao

March 1, 2012

A lot of people have been giving Mitt Romney a bit of stick ever since the line “I don’t care about the poor” became a phenomenon. He has been lambasted by Democrats and Republicans alike, those who claim to be able to connect with America’s common man while he does not. Now I do not know if...

Wrong Paul

By Mike Tudoreanu

February 10, 2012

Ron Paul is a man of principle. That is what we are constantly being told by his army of loyal fans. I believe them. A question remains, however, as to what his principles are, and what their consequences would be. Let...

A Republican Frankenstein’s monster

By Nikhil Rao

February 2, 2012

As a politics wonk, I have been following the race for the Republican presidential nomination since May 2010. I’ve witnessed it all: from the rise of Michele Bachmann to the ignominious fall of Herman Cain. I’ve agreed with the pundits about each candi...

Sticking to the Constitution on foreign policy

By Eric Magazu

January 26, 2012

In the current Republican presidential primary season, there’s one candidate that goes off the normal track and often faces ridicule and insult for it: Ron Paul. Not only is he somewhat marginalized by the mainstream pres...

Gambling with healthcare is betting one’s life

By Harrison Searles

September 21, 2011

During the Tea Party Republican debate last week on CNN, Ron Paul made a stir with an answer he gave to Wolf Blitzer about a man without insurance who needed medical treatment that he would not be able to afford. After bei...