Through Michel Gryboski, Christian Post reporter | Monday, November 29, 2021 Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves speaks at a press conference on August 30, 2021. | Screenshot: Facebook / Tate Reeves Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves explained on Sunday why he believes the principle of “individual liberty” and bodily autonomy should applyRead More →

November 9, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Press release Governor Greg Abbott delivered remarks today extolling limited government, individual liberty and free enterprise in the state of Texas at the Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research gala in Dallas. The Governor also received the Institute’s Antony Fisher Award at theRead More →

November 9, 2021 | Austin, Texas | Press release Governor Greg Abbott spoke today extolling limited government, individual liberty and free enterprise in the state of Texas at the Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research gala in Dallas. The Governor also received the Institute’s Antony Fisher Award at the event,Read More →

While denying Mohd bail. Ibrahim in the case of the murder of police chief Ratan Lal during the riots in northeast Delhi, the Delhi High Court observed that individual freedom cannot be misused in such a way as to threaten the social fabric by trying to destabilize him or hurtRead More →

California Governor Gavin Newsom hailed President Joe Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, a withdrawal that has left US citizens stranded and our Afghan allies betrayed and left for dead. Our enemies no longer fear us and our allies no longer trust us. That Newsom praised this deadly mishap speaks volumesRead More →

California Governor Gavin Newsom hailed President Joe Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, a withdrawal that has left US citizens stranded and our Afghan allies betrayed and left for dead. Our enemies no longer fear us and our allies no longer trust us. That Newsom praised this deadly mishap speaks volumesRead More →

Democracy is not just elections, but the protection of individual liberty and freedom of expression that the police ensure by maintaining public order, Interior Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday. He was speaking at a reception held to commemorate the 51st day of the founding of the Office of PoliceRead More →

Unlike a long-standing precedent, individualism reigns supreme in recent court decisions regarding COVID-19. In two recent cases—Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn c. Andrew M. Cuomo and South Bay United Pentecostal Church c. Gavin Newsom– The United States Supreme Court has overturned emergency COVID-19 restrictions on religious gatherings. On the surface,Read More →

Republican lawmakers this week introduced legislation that would legalize and regulate marijuana at the federal level, saying the proposal was necessary to ensure “individual liberty” and protect the rights of states. Rep. Dave Joyce, a Republican from Ohio, introduced the bill to end the long-standing federal marijuana ban with Rep.Read More →

Deputy Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito arrives for Justice Neil Gorsuch’s swearing-in ceremony as Deputy Supreme Court Justice in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, April 10, 2017. (Joshua Roberts / Reuters) Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito said on Thursday that the coronavirus pandemic had “resultedRead More →

The conservative idolatry of the robust individual gave Karl Marx a way back into the mainstream. It’s a difficult admission for any conservative to make, but America’s future depends on effective treatment. American individualism has existed since the founding of our nation. In writing the Declaration of Independence, Thomas JeffersonRead More →

Although there is usually a large fanfare around each Mandate of the Supreme Court, recent key court decisions – on environmental issues, property rights, administrative state and school choice – were decidedly mixed. Maui v. Hawaii Wildlife Fund Even though there are limits to what the Clean Water Act canRead More →

Our nation was founded on the unique principle that individuals acting in their own best interests will overcome the greatest challenges while harnessing the power of government. Adherence to this principle is particularly critical in times of crisis, when the government tends to take advantage of the circumstances of theRead More →

By Mark S. Weiner In a recent Niskanen center Publish, Matthew Fay provided some stimulating “preliminary thoughts” on libertarian approaches to foreign policy. In particular, and perhaps ironically for a libertarian, he argues for foreign libertarian relations in which skepticism of state power and support for individual freedom are closelyRead More →