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Trans vs. bi: Michael Ostrolenk explains the difference between 'transpartisan' and 'bipartisan' Continue reading on Examiner.c

For the past several weeks, the Charlottesville-based Rutherford Institute has been hosting a summer speakers series featuring experts on a wide range of policy issues, mostly but not entirely related to the organization’s core mission of protecting basic civil liberties.



America’s Transpartisan Future

interview by David Schimke



Corporate Power and Politics

Panelists talked about the relationships between citizens and corporate culture in America. Among the issues they addressed were the role of the citizen as consumers, employees and voters in a body politic that sometimes pits citizens against corporate influences. They also answered questions from the audience. This program was part of a conference focusing on the issue of money in politics and corporate power, and organized by a coalition of groups calling itself the “Movement for the People.”



Mises meets Maslow – Michael Strong explains F.L.O.W.



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