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Freedom requires Inequality

The ironic thing about freedom, in a classical liberal sense, is that it requires inequality.  Indeed, the Doctrine of Individualism is rooted in the principle that individuals must be permitted to both rise and fall, to both succeed and fail, … Continue reading

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Chicago Teachers Union – Have unions turned their back on Liberalism?

One cannot assume a collectivist approach is Liberal, or vice versa. Indeed, often collectivism is directly at odds with the individuals it is trying to help. Yet, the Chicago Teachers Union (CTU) and the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) this week … Continue reading

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Why America moving Left will be the End of the Left

The Atlantic has an article in its most recent issue entitled Why America is Moving Left. Now when you hear that, you may think that the author, Peter Beinart, means that America is becoming more liberal. If so, you would … Continue reading

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Transgenderism – Violating Privacy Rights is NOT a Liberal Position

It is interesting in this era of gender fluidity, that the traditional liberal ideal of individuality is under siege from the most ironic of directions. Individualism, and the right to one’s own body, self-determination, and privacy stand at the core … Continue reading

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