As of Saturday November 10, 2012, 15 States have petitioned the Obama Administration for withdrawal from the United States of America in order to create its own government.
States following this action include: Louisiana, Texas, Montana, North Dakota, Indiana, Mississippi, Kentucky, North Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey, Colorado, Oregon and New York. These States have requested that the Obama Administration grant a peaceful withdrawal from the United States.Read more »
The fact that the provision of "governmental" services was a competitive rather than a monopolistic enterprise was arguably one of the Free State’s greatest strengths; just as in any other market, the competitive discipline imposed by the fear of losing clients to rival service providers served as a check on inefficiency and abuse of power. Icelandic law owed its resilience and flexibility to this decoupling of authority from geography.Read more »
Historic free state in New Hampshire: "The Republic of Indian Stream was a small, unrecognized, constitutional republic in North America, along the section of the US–Canada border that divides the Canadian province of Quebec from the US state of New Hampshire....."Read more »
New York isn't North Korea, but it's the closest thing you'll find in the U.S. -- at least according to a new report from a libertarian think tank.
A Mercatus Center study has pegged New York as the country's "least free" state, 49 slots behind "Live Free or Die" New Hampshire. Its authors gave the state particular abuse for its taxes, "by far the highest" in the country, according to their methodology.
True to their libertarian ways, however, they also said that New York would have scored higher if it had legalized gay marriage.Read more »
The Hippo interviews Kevin Bloom, co-founder of The Informal University. The Informal University offers low stress learning of a variety of interesting topics, most sprinkled with the ideas of liberty.Read more »
I'd like to make a suggestion to those who are uncomfortable being lumped in with "libertarian" public figures and confused D-baggers. I've started referring to myself as a liberationist, which I feel draws a distinction between the typical big-gov, warmongering, border-building neocons who claim to want freedom, but are really hellbent on control, and the peaceniks/potsmokers/sovereigns who'd rather see a society based around consent rather than slavery.Read more »
The New Hampshire House of Representatives on Wednesday rejected a bill that would tightly regulate homeschooling.Read more »
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