Dave Helling writes: Most often promoted by Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky — and echoed by many would-be GOP presidential candidates — the minimalist doctrine of libertarianism has a certain appeal. Who wouldn’t like less government in their lives?
Dave Helling writes: Most often promoted by Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky — and echoed by many would-be GOP presidential candidates — the minimalist doctrine of libertarianism has a certain appeal. Who wouldn’t like less government in their lives? File photo by Molly Riley The Associated Press
Dave Helling writes: Most often promoted by Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky — and echoed by many would-be GOP presidential candidates — the minimalist doctrine of libertarianism has a certain appeal. Who wouldn’t like less government in their lives? File photo by Molly Riley The Associated Press

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