Category Archives: mid-terms

Post-election party and discussion

Join Reason at their Dupont Circle HQ on Thursday, November 11, as we discuss “The Long-Term Meaning of the Mid-Term Elections.” Reason‘s Matt Welch and Nick Gillespie, authors of next year’s The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What’s Wrong With … Continue reading

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Christine O’Donnell versus the Ruling Class

I spent several weekdays the last 3 weeks in October in Sussex County, the southernmost of Delaware’s 3 counties (Kent and Newcastle being the middle and northern counties).  This was not new territory for me, as Rehoboth Beach is the … Continue reading

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Atlas Runs

TIA Daily • October 12, 2010 INTERVIEW Atlas Runs An Interview with Stephen Bailey by Robert Tracinski Editor’s Note: There are a number of people who are running for Congress, and a few who are already in Congress, who are fans of Atlas Shrugged and … Continue reading

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