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Prohibition isn’t over…but it should be

By William R. Toler Eighty years ago, Congress decided to appeal a constitutional amendment with another constitutional amendment ending the nationwide ban on alcohol. The thirteen-year dry spell is known as and referred to as prohibition. And that ended. Well…sort … Continue reading

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Kokesh cuffed and caged…again

By William R.  Toler Adam Kokesh has been cuffed, kidnapped and caged yet again. The libertarian internet show host and activist was arrested, along with N.A. Poe, at a pro-pot rally in Philadelphia Saturday. But it wasn’t for smoking marijuana … Continue reading

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Johnson, Stein to debate in D.C.

By William R. Toler The presidential debates aren’t over yet. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party hopeful Jill Stein will square off one final time in Washington, D.C. on October 30 at the studio of RT America. Johnson and … Continue reading

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