The IRS: It Gets Worse

Abolish the agency, ASAP: The latest installment of frightfully unacceptable government behavior involves a law created in 2000—the Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000—granting the IRS the power to seize the bank accounts of those suspected to be terrorists, drug dealers or engaged in other criminal activity, even when no charges have been filed…


In Pursuit of Virtue – July Edition

Notable articles and snippets from last week abound… But who will build the roads? The free market, as it has for a very long time. Scientists have finally decoded the physics behind earphone and other ropy tangles. Absolute truth in reality versus relative experience as reality – Einstein meets Tagore. Firefighters don’t actually fight fires…


The Anatomy of a Policed People

As the military industrial complex churns on and on without a major international engagement to supply, the question of demand inevitably arises. Keynesian spending can only help the economy if there are buyers for the new goods no one asked for. The solution for the military industrial complex became law enforcement. Since the war on…