The weather was as changeable as the gun haters' rhetoric. It started cloudy, then the sun came out, then it rained. First, they said they want to ban so-called assault weapons, then they said they don't want to take our guns. Not once did they express a concern for liberty, the most precious value. So it went in Morrisville, PA on May 11, 2013 at the Pre-Mother’s Day March against Gun Violence.Read more »
"What follows is my response to a question that was posted on the Rugatu website asking, "What is the legal status of Bitcoin?" After composing this over the course of 10 minutes or so, I realized I liked the response, and decided I want to "polish it up" into a better op-ed style article. Any feedback, positive or negative (though keep it constructive, please) is appreciated.Read more »
A man won - or so he thought - an election with 52 percent of the vote. But city bureaucrats won't let him take his seat because of the strange way they define a majority.Read more »
I do find it "odd" that here in show prep democracy is used in order to manipulate a liberty program. lol "Voting" up or down stories ends the free speech of the listeners who participate. Just one more popularity contest, i.e democracy at large.
There's that, and only having 3 votes in the "choosing." After that, the selection process doesn't work. ;)
As part of the nationwide series of rallies standing up for gun rights the liberty minded people of Montgomery County, PA came together. I had the honor of addressing them. In this speech I bring up the fact that in February of 2010 students in Venezuela marched unarmed and were violently repressed. Also brought up was the gun buyback in Bensalem, PA. The talk finished with the main point that we can't submit to the government when it comes to money confiscation (taxes) and then think we have a leg to stand on when they want to confiscate our guns.Read more »
I'm as tired of arguing Romans 13 with Christians as the next liberty lover, but this pastor makes some awesome points (the YouTube linked is cued to the best part). Watching from the cue for about 10 minutes is recommended. It starts with some great points about Romans 13 and moves into reconciling the Christian love of government with personal freedom (a freedom that even "God" itself recognizes.Read more »
Never knew this existed until I came across it in a Pawn Shop a few weeks ago - great way to explains the dangers of communism to kids with an animated movie. Not as good as the book of course - but still good!Read more »
This starts with a discussion about antibacterial soap and our societal desire to rid the planet of all unpleasantries, which evidently includes things like RVs parking in front yards, kids passing gas in school, and more!Read more »
How much would a libertarian society differ from the statist society in which we live? It would be radically different. Here are ten ways a libertarian society would be different:Read more »
Today, we live in a world of the progressives’ creation, somewhere halfway between socialism and liberty. It is a volatile mixture. It is a world increasingly ruled by force; force wielded by a powerfully armed government. Whether it is the force of the income tax, the force of compulsory education, the force of regulation, or the force of law enforcement the effects are clear to all willing to see: a society becoming sicker and more aggressive.Read more »
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