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Parties And Ideologies

Taking the Tea Party at Face Value

Tea Partiers are far more concerned with economic issues than with social issues at this time.
By Bradley Doucet / Winter 2010
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The Individualist's Guide to Progressive Change

There will never be an energy technology that does not disrupt the landscape.
By Will Thomas
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Republican Statists: Back to the Future?

The GOP coalition’s disintegration would have come even sooner had it not been for 9/11, which provided a new enemy against which to unite: al Qaeda.
By Robert James Bidinotto / Fall 2006
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Up From Conservatism

Principled individualists must publicly challenge and repudiate the rising tribalism and irrationalism on the right.
By Robert James Bidinotto / March 2007
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Tea Party Candidates and the "Crane Rule"

The political establishment that is threatened by the Tea Partiers wants to lump together both individuals and ideas as kooky and radical. But pro-freedom activists should not be taken in by such confusion.
By Ed Hudgins / September 28, 2010
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The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party

What Republicans need—what the world needs—is a case for individual liberty grounded in the rational nature and objective requirements of individual human life..
By Ed Hudgins / Fall 2006
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Are Progressives for Progress? (pre-recorded webinar)

http://4.mshcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/retro-tv.jpgToday the term “Progressive” is represented by the Occupy Wall Street/occupy anywhere movement and by the left wing of the Democratic Party.  Will Thomas discusses what “progress” means and how the idea of progress relates to the secular, statist, environmentalist, egalitarian, and pro-happiness aspects of today's Progressivism.
By Will Thomas / December 19, 2011  Read More >

No Faith in Republicans

Gingrich is opening a can of worms with his attempt to further inject religion into politics.
By Ed Hudgins / June 2007