The Lego corporation, popular producer of interlocking miniature toy bricks, has recently been making increased efforts to market its toys to girls. Some of these efforts have met with criticism from feminists, who worry about toys that are stereotypically “girly” in a way that reinforces traditional gender roles.
In a recent piece titled “Un-PC […]
Last month I did an episode of the Free Thoughts Podcast over at Libertarianism.org.
Aaron Ross Powell, Trevor Burns, and I had a great discussion about toleration. Check it out here.
In the spirit of Kevin V.s post, heres a sampling of left-libertarian opinion on the Obergefell ruling:
Sheldon Richman: The Libertarian Case for Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage
Joe Szymanski: The Goal is Free Love
Thomas L. Knapp: […]
Chris Freiman asks: why not polygamy?
(This post is co-authored with Sarah Skwire)
Several years ago we co-authored a post on women and libertarianism that we titled “No Girls Allowed” and it kicked off something of a kerfuffle. Well thanks to Jeet Heer and Kevin Drum, this topic is back and we’re back too, this time trying […]
Here, using Montesquieu (and me, but me channeling Montesquieu) as a point of departure for his own very lively thoughts about classical liberalism and modern libertarianism:
We can of course elaborate on the distinction between coercion and voluntarism, and its implications in a complex society, and on what it means for our laws and […]