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Article Roundup – 10/19/2013

You’ll probably see a lot more of these sorts of posts now that I’m not able to post as frequently.  I come across articles throughout the week, but don’t really have time to get my thoughts down until the weekend. … Continue reading

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The Government Can’t/Won’t Protect You

  Loss Of Timber Payments Cuts Deep In Oregon : NPR. This story has been making the rounds over the last few days, with most commentary focusing on how terrible it is that funding for law enforcement was cut and … Continue reading

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Government Gets A Taste Of Its Own Salad

Federal law may have unintended consequences for schoolkids at lunch | New rules lead to more waste, fewer healthy choices, some complain. This story comes from my local newspaper.  I absolutely love stories of government bureaucracies opposing each other.  It … Continue reading

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Legalize. Don’t Tax. Don’t Regulate.

One of the most appealing aspects of libertarian political philosophy is that it demands the legalization of all victimless crimes.  Those within the liberty movement celebrate as legalization of various currently prohibited activities (drugs, gambling, prostitution) tends to slowly gain … Continue reading

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