Lew Rockwell’s The United Front Against Liberty Ep. 160

by | Mar 29, 2021

Lew Rockwell’s The United Front Against Liberty Ep. 160

by | Mar 29, 2021

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Too often are liberty folks made to apologize for their beliefs or to default to the defensive. We should never be ashamed to advocate for the cause of liberty. Conversely, the burden of proof is not on us to justify a free society. Lew Rockwell explains in a December, 2001 article the importance of being bold and sticking to principle, especially when all hope seems lost.

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