Opinion – Editorials

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Philip D. Harvey, February 20, 2013; How the World is Getting Better: Liberty Project founder Philip D. Harvey, owner of Adam and Eve and DKT International, argues that although good news bores us, the world really is getting better all the time.

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Philip D. Harvey, November 5, 2012; Kill the Drug War: Liberty Project founder Philip D. Harvey, owner of Adam and Eve and DKT International, argues that it is time to end the Drug War in the United States and legalize marijuana.

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Philip D. Harvey, October 1, 2012; Birth Control and Social Marketing; Twin Revolutions: Liberty Project founder Philip D. Harvey, owner of Adam and Eve and DKT International, shares his views on the inroads made in birth control availability worldwide as a result of social marketing.

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Philip D. Harvey, September 25, 2012; $4.6 Trillion Later, Foreign Aid Remains an Economic SomnolentLiberty Project founder Philip D. Harvey, owner of Adam and Eve and DKT International, discusses why foreign aid fails to foster economic growth in the developing world.

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Philip D. Harvey, September 6, 2012; Sex and Birth Control Liberty Project founder Philip D. Harvey, owner of Adam and Eve and DKT International, shares his views on the benefits of family planning providers discussing the benefits of birth control in enhancing sexual pleasure and activity.

Philip D. Harvey, August 8, 2012; A Personal View of Charitable GivingLiberty Project founder Philip D. Harvey, owner of Adam and Eve and DKT International,  shares his views after a lifetime of charitable giving.

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Philip D. Harvey, April 6-13, 1998; Taxpayer-Funded Subsidies Are Robin Hood in Reverse: “Welfare caseloads are coming down all over the country. As welfare reform proceeds, a healthy debate is under way about how much help must be provided to assist poor people from welfare to work.”

Mike Tidwell, November 3, 1999; Fanning the Flames of Colombia’s War: “United States drug policies in South America and US cities like Washington, D.C. – where I work as a drug counselor – are contributing directly to the violent narco-guerrilla conflict now escalating in Colombia.”

Stephen Moore and Philip D. Harvey, May 5, 2000; Freedom and Health: Life Under Tyranny Is Very Hazardous To One’s Well-Being: “The latest survey by Freedom House indicates political freedom is spreading across the globe.”

Julie M. Carpenter, November 29, 2004; Joint Justice: Yes Federal Power is Limited: “Angel McClary Raich had dwindled to 93 pounds after years of medical treatment. She was confined to a wheelchair with chronic pain. In some desperation, she began using marijuana on her doctor’s advice.”

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