How Cato’s Letters Can Help You Decide Who to Vote for Today

Cato’s Letters reflected John Locke’s ideas of natural rights that were, in turn, reflected in America’s founding. As we enter the voting booth the day after the anniversary of its first installment, we should take its commitment to liberty, and therefore private property, which alone can secure it,...
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Sloppy Start on Election Day

One of Downtown Brooklyn’s most-active voting sites opened 40 minutes late, a problem exacerbated by the fact that New York state’s voter lookup site was down for about 20 minutes around the same time.
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