Category Archives: Property rights

What freedom of the press?  

“From the beginning, I was just dumbfounded by the charges.  They seem to come from out of nowhere.  I was doing my job.” Source: Press Freedom? Dakota Access Pipeline Documentarian Faces 45 Years In Prison For Filming Activists






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What a Clinton presidency means

“So many things are now known about the media establishment and the collusion it shares with the Clinton campaign. More things are being found out every day as Wikileaks provides proof of the public perception. The people were right, there is a … Continue reading






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The Case for Unilateral Free Trade

“In the 2016 presidential election, Americans have been given a choice between two types of controlled and managed trade. On the one hand, there is Donald Trump who favors outright protectionism and controlled trade for the benefit of select industries … Continue reading






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Modern liberals are illiberal

Source: American Idiocracy






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Free Trade is good.  Protectionism is anti-consumer.

Source: Trump is Wrong on Trade






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You can just call me Jeff

Tom DiLorenzo sent me a copy of his new book, The Problem With Socialism, with the following inscription.  You can hear Tom Woods interview Tom here.  This book should be a best seller based on my review of the contents.   … Continue reading






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The EPJ Research Room: An Open Letter to Donald Trump on Economic Policy

The best ideas money cannot buy. Source: The EPJ Research Room: An Open Letter to Donald Trump on Economic Policy






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Private security…responding to consumer demand

How a free, decentralized society would keep people and neighborhoods safe.    “Abolition of the public sector means, of course, that all pieces of land, all land areas, including streets and roads, would be owned privately, by individuals, corporations, cooperatives, or any … Continue reading






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The key to a peaceful world

“National and individual choice in a post-Brexit world: secession is a human right.” Source: All People Have the Right of Self Determination | Foundation for Economic Education






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ACLU: It’s time to legalize prostitution

If the nation’s oldest civil libertarian organization was consistent, they would be advocating more libertarian proposals. Then, the freedom/liberty revolution would have a great ally.  “It’s time to stop sweeping consenting adult sex workers into the criminal justice system. We … Continue reading






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The evolution of left wing ideology…

…and why it is an enemy of humanity, liberty and decency.   Source: The Unique Evil of the Left






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