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Ludwig von Mises: "Marx and Engels never tried to refute their opponents with argument.
by Jim Powell by Jim Powell During the early 1930s, there were powerful political pressures to suppress economic liberty, as the New Deal promoted price fixing and cartels that benefited producer interests at the expense of consumers. But for three years, the U.S.
(NaturalNews) As the tyranny of destructive government envelops our once-free society, have you noticed how oppression, censorship and government aggression against the people is always defended as somehow protecting public safety? Consider these astonishing contradictions:
The REAL ID Act is a bad law passed under false pretenses. It was rejected three separate times by the U.S.
Lots of other stories have dominated the headlines lately, so people have paid little attention to news that House and Senate leaders have settled on a plan to fund the government for the first half of fiscal 2013 through a continuing resolution. Senator Reid’s press release states that the agreement “will avoid a government shutdown while funding the government at $1.047 trillion.”
Minority Report: Fiction Has Become Reality By John W. Whitehead September 04, 2012
Clovers are ok with the American Police State because to them, it’s not a police state. They see no imposition – much less tyranny.
Burundanga is a scary drug. According to news reports from Ecuador, the last thing a motorist could recall, after waking up minus his car and possessions, was being approached by two women; in Venezuela, a girl came round in hospital to find she had been abducted and sexually assaulted.
Very soon you will be able to go to the airport and not cower at having a Homeland Security cop rummage around your private parts or command you to be filmed for any trace association with terrorism.
The Fight Against the Total Surveillance State in Our Schools
A famous, very often quoted phrase says, "That government is best, which governs least." I do not believe this to be a correct description of the functions of a good government.
Call Me Post-Statist - February 18, 2013 10:31 AM (EST) Our Lexicon: Post-Statist - February 15, 2013 11:27 AM (EST) The Political Incentives Perversion - June 15, 2012 02:00 PM (EDT) The Right to Privacy - June 06, 2012 12:30 PM (EDT) Untargeted Peeping: What if they filmed you naked, but nobody watched?
Can Order Be Unplanned?
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