Political columnists all too often restrain themselves, focusing exclusively on politics proper while forgetting that life is about so much more. I seek to harmoniously incorporate libertarian political and social commentary into concerns more personal and human, honoring Henry David Thoreau’s dictum to focus on “the business of living.”
Joseph S. Diedrich has been a columnist at The Washington Times Communities since early 2013. His column focuses on non-electoral politics from a libertarian perspective. His work can also be found at the MacIver Institute, The College Fix, Young Americans ...Read More
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Joseph S. Diedrich has been a columnist at The Washington Times Communities since early 2013. His column focuses on non-electoral politics from a libertarian perspective. His work can also be found at the MacIver Institute, The College Fix, Young Americans for Liberty, LibertyBlog.org, Young American Revolution, and elsewhere. He blogs at Musings of a Superfluous Young Man.