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Nothing but crazy martinis today! First, Jim and Greg react to news that former Republican, Democrat, and independent Lincoln Chafee is now a Libertarian and thinking about running for president with his new party in 2020. They also slam the Democratic National Committee for recoiling at the idea of Politico’s Tim Alberta asking questions at […]

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Some of you are aware of the big Ricochet Meetup we held in 2017 in Bigfork, Montana. You can read @rushbabe49‘s reports here, here, and here. At the time, a few of us were thinking that we ought to do a similar meetup one day in the Black Hills. There are a lot of tourist […]

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We had one day left in the Black Hills before turning for home, and we made it a packed one. There are 2 major caves in the area, as well as many smaller ones (one of which was for sale – anyone spare me $8.5 million? I’ll take the cave, you can have other 800 […]

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It was our 7th day out as dawn broke on the westernmost camp we would make on this trip. Rapid City may be South Dakota’s 2nd largest city, but with under 80,000 people it seems hardly to qualify as a city by the standards of anything east of the Mississippi. Yet it showed something I […]

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The thunderstorm came on slowly from the north. We watched the clouds flash and pulse and felt the distant rumbles of the storm. As it neared the wind picked up, first to a warm breeze, then to a cooler insistent push. It was time to go in. We kept the windows open for the time, […]

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In the era of Obamacare, EPA overreach, and job-killing minimum wage increases, the spread of educational choice policies seems like one of the few areas where conservatives and libertarians are succeeding.

However, the scale of that success is much less than it may appear.

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