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Political dark horse David Leyonhjelm launches his book for freedom-lovers

David Leyonhjelm may have accidentally been elected, but that doesn't mean he can't use his platform to talk about cats (and other notes from the launch of Freedom's Salesman)

Rundle: how the Libertarians’ presidential dreams went up in smoke

Gary Johnson almost had a shot. And then came "a leppo ..."

Senator-elect David Leyonhjelm's comment that John Howard 'deserved to be shot' illustrates a problem all too often at the heart of libertarianism.

Gunning for freedom, Leyonhjelm style

Senator-elect David Leyonhjelm's comment that John Howard 'deserved to be shot' illustrates a problem all too often at the heart of libertarianism.

With bailouts, salary caps and health care reform, 2009 has been a year of Big Government in the US -- sparking a renewed interest amongst the country's Right in the libertarian, free-market philosophies of Ayn Rand.

The Ayn Rand revival of 2009

With bailouts, salary caps and health care reform, 2009 has been a year of Big Government in the US -- sparking a renewed interest amongst the country's Right in the libertarian, free-market philosophies of Ayn Rand.

Ross Gittins reckons libertarians and their evil theories, especially the efficient markets hypothesis, are to blame for the global financial crisis. <b>Sinclair Davidson</b> begs to differ.

Ross Gittins’ efficient markets furphy

Ross Gittins reckons libertarians and their evil theories, especially the efficient markets hypothesis, are to blame for the global financial crisis. Sinclair Davidson begs to differ.

The Tea Party Movement was started and is backed by major conservative think tanks, despite all the talk of grassroots organisation.

A long history of teabagging

The Tea Party Movement was started and is backed by major conservative think tanks, despite all the talk of grassroots organisation.

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