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Yay for artistic freedom! A Florida government has to make amends to a couple who painted their home to resemble Van Gogh’s “Starry Night.”*
Should a woman with drugs in her system be prosecuted as a murderer for breastfeeding her baby?
Fighting back against FOSTA, the ridiculously broad new law that attacks both consensual sex workers and Internet freedom.
Wendy McElroy: “Does your money serve the state or you?”
Finally, an “expert” states what We the Peasants have known all along: Even the most innocuous-seeming law is ultimately enforced by violence, even unto death.
Cop who was given multiple breaks after killing an unarmed woman and bragging about it commits a double murder.
Nooooo, minorities can’t be racist. Doesn’t happen. (Scott Greenfield brings his usual good sense to an ugly subject.)
Yes, PayPal, death is definitely not a breach of your terms that can be remedied.
On Friday the 13th, Maggie McNeill urges us all to give very libertarian respect and support to the rights of sex workers.
These sorts of articles always exaggerate, but the tech and economics are still interesting. How to 3D print a house in a day.
Despite rising delinquencies, Americans may actually be getting a handle on their debts.
How walking through doorways makes us forget.
So the nominee is Kavanaugh and he’s a good Second Amendment guy (though not so good on other issues).
But the Supremes have helped destroy the concept of “consent of the governed.”
Urban desperation: Paying $650 a night to go “glamping” (glamor camping).
Wendy McElroy on free-market law and cryptocurrencies.
What the case of “Permit Patty” says about mercy and justice in today’s world.
The news comes a bit late, but Steve Ditko, the Salingeresque co-creator of Spider-Man and Dr. Strange, has died.
Tim Berners-Lee dedicates his life to saving the wonderful web he created.
“Plant your flag, mark your territory” online, says Brian Krebs. If you don’t manage online accounts, it’s easier for thieves to “manage” them for you.
What these people wish on others, they will bring upon themselves.
Now, there’s a criminal who has big brass ones. Not to mention a helicopter at his disposal.
Mysterious Oumuamua: Most likely neither an asteroid nor an alien spacecraft, but just an unusual comet.
The great J.D. Tuccille explains why he and his wife are teaching their son to break the law.
Students: Conventional wisdom supports the status quo at your expense, says Charles Hugh Smith with a terrifying collection of charts.
The NSA — and AT&T’s — eight spy hubs.
The great Walter Williams on black leaders being blind to real problems
Anti-gun hypocrisy starts young. David Hogg has gone on his book tour accompanied by, you guessed it, armed guards.
Nathan Barton on the great sales tax scam. (Thanks, Nazgul!)
Victor Davis Hanson on the fate of the West and more.