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The Tale of Two States

There once was a man named John who lived in a place called A.  The country of A was a rather dreary place.  Some 200 years ago, a majority of the people of A decided that they should be able to impose their will upon a minority of citizens for the good of all.  So…

Rambling Thoughts on Fear and Memory

I didn’t write this article with coherent and rigorous logic in mind, so don’t expect to walk way from this with some new and profound meaning of life, but I think you might find it interesting none the less.  I wrote it more to help me remember some various lines of reasoning to pursue more…

New Look For Libertarian News – Feedback Welcomed

I’ve pretty much finished up modifying the site to incorporate some pretty nifty new features.  I’d love to hear your opinions on the new look and feel. * The main picture display on the home page is set to display articles that fall into the “Featured” category. * Posts now have the ability to display…

Cleveland GOP Cheats Ron Paul: Your Poll Vote is Urgently Needed

The Daily Paul reports: On Wednesday, I posted how the Republican Party of Cuyahoga County (RPCC) — the county where Cleveland, Ohio is located — had an online straw poll for President. Someone within the Party had twice manually revised down the vote total for Ron Paul, purposely skewing the vote in favor of establishment candidates…

SEC Attacks S & P Over Rating Downgrade

Let this be a lesson to you rating agencies who have the balls to stand up to the Leviathan. Insolence will not be tolerated. The WSJ reports: The Securities and Exchange Commission will scrutinize the model used by credit-rating firm Standard & Poor’s to downgrade long-term U.S. government debt, following accusations by the Treasury Department of…