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My Fair Share

My Fair Share

By L. Neil Smith I can’t remember how it started, but I got into a “discussion” the other day with a fellow I’ve wanted to know better for quite a while, a member of the Fort Collins theatrical community presently working with us in _1776_. He’s interesting, unusual, and pretty obviously intelligent. At some point, […]

Thick as a brick

Thick as a brick

By L. Neil Smith There are humorous and sad stories within the libertarian movement about Ayn Rand, who was apparently unable to distinguish between the essential elements of her philosophy, and her own personal, passing enthusiasms. At one point, I’ve been told, Rand rather foolishly proclaimed that the only form of dancing truly consistent with […]

How modern Liberals view Economic Justice

How modern Liberals view Economic Justice

By Jim Sullivan The term “liberal” has a four centuries long history from the Enlightenment through today, and involves philosophies ranging from “classical liberalism,” which would be considered conservative by today’s standards, to “modern liberalism” based on the ideas and policies of Franklin D. Roosevelt.  Since we live in the modern age, we use the […]