The Free Life
She wouldn't be pushed around.
JANUARY 03, 2012 by WENDY MCELROY
If principles are expressed through people, then Vivien Kellems's life shouts out that business is not the handmaiden of government.
A room of one's own.
DECEMBER 20, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
Economic independence is the bedrock of all other freedoms.
DECEMBER 06, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
Laws that mandate the reporting of any suspicious contact with children will result in a dramatic increase in false or malicious accounts that harm innocent people.
In the beginning there was J. Edgar Hoover.
NOVEMBER 22, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
A supremely political animal, J. Edgar Hoover occupied high office for nearly 50 years, during which he was instrumental in laying the foundation for a national security state.
Welcome to the Prison Hotel
NOVEMBER 08, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
Prisoners in Riverside County, California, who have assets may soon be required to fork over approximately $143 a day for their stay in what County Supervisor Jeff Stone calls the "Prison Hotel."
A Louisiana law forbids cash for used goods.
OCTOBER 25, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
A Louisiana law that took effect in August seeks to prevent the sale of stolen bridges by outlawing cash transactions in secondhand goods.
Libertarians should add their message.
OCTOBER 11, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
OWS offers a blank slate for libertarians willing to write their own messages and march.
Obama's "reform": from bard to worse.
SEPTEMBER 27, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
Whether you agree with the original purpose of patents in America or believe (as I do) that all patents are improper, the America Invents Act is repellent.
A crack in police immunity.
SEPTEMBER 13, 2011 by WENDY MCELROY
The Glik case is important for advancing police transparency and accountability, without which it is not safe for anyone to walk down a street in America.