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Should presidential candidates pledge to free Assange?

27 May 2024

2:35 AM

27 May 2024

2:35 AM

Washington, DC

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a hero to libertarians. As is Ross Ulbricht, the founder of now-defunct Silk Road, an internet marketplace where you could buy lots of shady things. Where some see traitors and criminals, many libertarians see truth-seeking rebels, courageously engaged in a war against Big Government, defying unjust mandates.

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