“If a house is divided against itself, that house will not be able to stand.” – Mark 3:25 “Politics at its purest is philosophy in action” – Margaret Thatcher “Every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle.” – Thomas Jefferson Whereas to many outside the liberty movement, including the mainstream media, politicians like […]
Articles by Robin Koerner
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Four years ago, Ron Paul filled stadiums with tens of thousands people. His natural heir to those numbers – and in fact, his natural heir – is Rand Paul. But in this presidential cycle, the huge excited audiences that are filling stadiums for an insurgent, anti-establishment presidential candidate are mostly coming to see Bernie Sanders […]
Last month I did something I’d done only once before: I went to a range and shot some guns. Lots of guns. All shapes, ages and sizes. This is a very strange thing to do for a guy born British. Guns feature nowhere in British culture. Accordingly, I was unsurprised by the reaction of my […]
Rape may represent the greatest possible violation against a human being except, perhaps, for murder. Any decent person sympathizes with the intent of those who would seek to prevent it by any reasonable means. Moreover, there are plenty of statistics regarding the prevalence of rape in our society – mostly, but not exclusively against women […]
To a first approximation, American political history before the 18th century is British political history. As most American schoolchildren know, in the 17th century, John Locke crystallized the idea that human law should reflect Natural Law, but the idea that Law must serve the well-being of the people on whom it is imposed goes back […]