Dress the Part

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How many people would let someone who isn’t dressed in scrubs to perform surgery? What about allowing an impeccably clean man in a suit work on your car? Both examples above are unlikely, because, as we’ve discussed before, first impressions matter. Part of that impression is “looking the part.” While there isn’t a uniforms for “knowledgeable libertarian” we can make a positive first impression by ensuring we offer ourselves as not only well-meaning, well-informed, but also well-dressed. I’m not suggesting that we wear a top hat and tails everywhere we go, though we should put fort...
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Charter Passage Won’t ‘Move Needle’ For Most Students

This was originally published in the Marietta Daily Journal yesterday. Choice. It is a beautiful thing. We choose which car to buy, what shirt to wear, or which cereal will be swimming in milk for breakfast. This election cycle, Georgia voters will decide whether we amend our state Constitution to allow the state to authorize and fund “special schools” that are not approved by the elected school boards serving local communities. Unfortunately, most voters will not delve into the language of the authorizing resolution or discuss with legislators the intent of the amendment they voted f...
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