The Nature & Morality of Government

via The Mises Institute: “Whenever one thinks of the worst injustices in history — massive wastes, confiscatory taxes, purposeless wars, great depressions, slavery, concentration camps, and genocide — one inevitably finds that such injustices were either a direct or an indirect result of governmental action. At the same time, governments usually meet valid and basic…

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On Government…

Despite his many faults throughout thecampaign, John McCain said in thirty seconds what Barack Obama failed to say inthirty minutes: “Education is the civil rights issue of this century. Equalaccess to public education has been gained. But what is the value of access to afailing school? We need to shake up failed school bureaucracies withcompetition,…

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Starting Anew on a Monday with a Taste of Freedom

THIS IS THE SINGLE BEST SUMMARY OF WHY DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS ARE DRIVING THIS COUNTRY INTO THE GROUND JUDICIALLY. If you have time and are interested in this country’s legal and political foundation, this is seriously a killer article and summarizes the ramifications I have gleaned from my ConLaw classes for the past two semesters……

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I AM NOT A REPUBLICAN

[Toward a New Spectrum of Government Involvement in Our Lives] In response to this article (a discussion of the political spectrum and what it should look like; posted previously) and my disagreement with the Nolan Chart‘s individual freedom vs. economic freedom (which is a false dichotomy if I have ever seen one), I thought it…

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