One of the things that I’ve really been making the focus of this show is to show people what real, true, classical liberalism is.
The first task of classical liberalism is to understand social order; normative conclusions must follow and flow from that understanding.
If any part of liberalism needs revitalizing, it’s the case for liberalizing immigration. Nationalists on the left and right argue that easing immigration restrictions would make Americans worse off. During the Democratic primaries, Bernie Sanders criticized open borders as a “right-wing proposal” that would “make everybody in America poorer.” And of course Donald Trump is calling […]
Classical liberals all agree that government should be limited, but they disagree about how they get to that conclusion.