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Walter Block Sets Loyola Diversity Officer Straight on Jesuit Values

In an email celebrating “Native American Heritage Month”, the Loyola University Chief Diversity Officer Sybol Anderson encouraged readers to take this time to “reflect upon our Jesuit values, such as inclusiveness and social justice …” This struck world-renowned economics Loyola… Continue Reading →

Sorry Protestants, Scripture IS Tradition

One of the main points of contention between protestants and Catholics is the principle of Sola Scriptura meaning that Holy Scripture alone is authoritative for the faith and practice of the Christian. This ideology serves to differentiate holy Scripture from… Continue Reading →

Common Sense Response to Sci-Fi Writer’s “Baffling” Pro-Abortion Hypothetical

An article made the rounds recently touting science fiction author Patrick S. Tomlinson’s hypothetical about a 1,000 embryos versus an infant as an irrefutable justification of abortion. Tomlinson said that he asks pro-lifers whether it makes more sense to save… Continue Reading →

If Kafka Had A Point: A Review of “Blythe” by John E. Kramer

When I read Kafka’s The Castle, I was confused and utterly demoralized. Blythe readers may feel the same thing about 2/5ths of the way through. You’re in a surreal alternative world with typical American teens who become trapped in a… Continue Reading →

What Pope Francis Gets Horribly Wrong About Libertarianism

In a recent memo to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, Pope Francis declared war on libertarians, stating, “I cannot fail to speak of the grave risks associated with the invasion of the positions of libertarian individualism at high strata… Continue Reading →

BREAKING: Pope Francis Condemns All Government as Mortal Sin

In the illustrious history of cherry-picking quotes from Pope Francis to suit political purposes, rarely has it been done in support of libertarian ideas. But as the author of Everyone Agrees, which asserts that everyone really agrees despite seeming incongruities… Continue Reading →

Religious Freedom Is Not Just About Religion

It never ceases to amaze me when I hear hardcore libertarians suddenly turn statist when religion is involved. Yeah, a business should be free of any untoward regulation, they’ll say, except for wedding cake bakers, they should be forced to… Continue Reading →

Why All Libertarians Should Be Pro-Life

At a gathering of liberty-minded young professionals the other night, someone asked if there was a way to unify all libertarians. The joking answer was, “Don’t bring up abortion.” Libertarians—more than any group of people—can find common ground on just… Continue Reading →

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