Do you know what your rights are when a police officer asks to search you? If you're like most people I've met in my eight years working to educate the public on this topic, then you probably don't.Read more »
This is an amazing article for us anti-government people to get behind. If you're an atheist I think you will still greatly appreciate it, but just ignore the Jewish stuff, this article is targeted to a Jewish audience.
The key point is that these folks used voluntarist means to fight child slavery and provide an education to the unwashed masses without the use of government. I'm sure you'll appreciate it.Read more »
For decades, the two-island nation of St. Kitts and Nevis exported sugarcane to keep its economy afloat. When sugar prices fell, St. Kitts began to sell an even sweeter commodity: its citizenship. For $250,000, a foreigner can buy full rights as a citizen there. The transaction can take as few as three months and applicants need never visit the nation's sandy shores.Read more »
President Obama wants us to imagine an America that is within reach. I would rather have you imagine a world a little further down the road.
The only way forward, is to remove the obstacles – placed by government at all levels – from the road.
A few examples of how the state thinks they own your kids, with a small example from the recent news of a mother who allowed her son to get a tattoo and was arrested.Read more »
Much like years past, 2011 has seen it's share of ups and downs, natural and unnatural disasters, more freedoms were taken away than gained & governments at all levels expanded their authority. Here's to a more freedom in 2012 & beyond!Read more »
If you haven't heard, the ethically questionable web host known as GoDaddy is supporting SOPA. In addition to their terrible customer service and elephant-killing CEO, GoDaddy is backing the bill that wants to cripple your internet as if it's some sort of moral obligation. That means you can't expect GoDaddy to have your back if SOPA passes. They'll just shut you down for a potential violation. (Although apparently they're already doing that.) If you didn't get around to ditching them already, there's no time like the present.Read more »
Fearing imminent eviction due to “encumbrances,” many occupiers began working through the night to “encumber” the park as a protest against the threat.Read more »
Bone Marrow Donors Can Be Paid, Appeals Court RulesRead more »
A moving message from A Wikipedia Programmer about the value of freedom with a hint of voluntaryst views
"I don’t think there will be anything else that I do in my life as important as what I do now for Wikipedia. We’re not just building an encyclopedia, we’re working to make people free. When we have access to free knowledge, we are better people. We understand the world is bigger than us, and we become infected with tolerance and understanding."
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