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Kermit The Killer And His Abortion Shop Of Horrors

Have you heard about the abortion clinic shop of horrors? This story contains some of the most gruesome details of infanticide ever. It also hints at government sanctioned genocide. But we’ll get to that in a moment. First, you should not be surprised if you haven’t heard of the story—or lack details—because it has been […]

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It Is Time For Americans To Take Control Of Gun Control

The gun control battle continues. New York has passed laws violating the Second Amendment. So has Maryland and Connecticut. In Colorado, legislators attempting to force sheriffs to publicly support rigid gun control, have been accused of extortion. Meanwhile, Democrats in the state of Washington were caught violating the Fourth Amendment as they were trying to […]

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Libertarian vs conservative. Does the difference matter?

I am a libertarian. To me that means I reject, with equal vehemence, nonsense from the left and nonsense from the right. As an anarcho-captialist, I can easily see how some of my more minarchist-leaning libertarian friends would disagree, but for me there are fewer things more frustrating than having my left-leaning statist pals drop […]

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Stick it to the (straw) man!

Everybody does it. Conservatives do it when they defend the republic from baby-killing, tree-hugging, terrorist-loving satanists. Liberals do it when they take arms against gun-totting, racist rednecks who hate women, animals and the environment. Everybody loves attacking a straw man, a phony caricature that embodies everything you want to believe your adversary stands for. And […]

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Government Intervention in U.S. Agriculture: Part 2

The Agricultural Marketing Act of 1929, as Peter Zavodnyik describes in The Rise of the Federal Colossus: The Growth of Federal Power from Lincoln to F.D.R., “constituted the most significant expansion of the pecuniary relationship between the federal government and the American people in the nation’s history.” The AMA was a government-sponsored monopoly at its […]

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Charles in charge — What Darwin can teach us about libertarianism

Yes, that Charles Darwin. The Charles Darwin who penned the seminal work Origin of Species which advanced the theory of evolution by natural selection. And the Charles Darwin who was not especially known as a libertarian thinker, mainly because, well… he wasn’t a libertarian. At least he didn’t know he was. But Darwin’s understanding of […]

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Tyranny Over the Mind

  The U.S. Justice Department under Attorney General Eric Holder recently said that homeschooling is not a fundamental right. The Obama administration made that argument in federal court regarding the Romeike family, Christians who sought asylum here in the land of the free after being severely persecuted in Germany. This is wrong on at least […]

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Army Captain Requests Congress Disarm DHS Before Civil War

If you missed it, in late March, Captain Terry M. Hestilow, United States Army, Retired, sent a letter (reprinted in full below) to his representative, Senator John Cornyn (R-Tx), requesting that Congress step in and disarm the Department of Homeland Security before the supreme ruler is able to initiate a war against the American people […]

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Lunch & Liberty: 15 Year Old Leaves Anti-Gun Politicians Speechless

  In the three minutes the young lady was allotted, she explained she’s been part of the Maryland Rifle Club and Maryland State Rifle Team since she was 11, earning her various scholarships to even prestigious colleges that have shooting teams. “Achieving stricter gun control laws,” she said, “would have obliterated any opportunity I could […]

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Government Intervention in U.S. Agriculture: Part 1

Starting today and continuing into next week, I’ll be discussing government involvement in agriculture in detail, especially policies enacted during the late 1920s and the New Deal era. Here’s some background to start out with… Louis Carabini writes in Inclined to Liberty about being a child during the 1930s, having his father talk to him […]

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Bipartisanship A good idea?

On paper bipartisanship sounds like a good idea. Democrats, Republicans, independents, putting aside their political differences to serve the greater good of our proud nation. But what happens when the left and the right march together to a place that’s bad for everybody? Bipartisanship as usual is what happens. And if you want to see […]

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Government Role in Honeybee Population Decline

In recent weeks, a number of reporters have started ramping up coverage of the drastic decline in America’s honeybee population. Many stories have rightly pointed to Monsanto and Bayer, arguing that the pesticides they created in the 1990s (called neonicotinoids) are the prime cause of hundreds-of-thousands of bees becoming not just disoriented, but unable to […]

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The North Korea Paper Tiger

 If you listen to the alarm coming out of the imperium empire media, you would think that missiles would be flying at any moment. That medieval torture regime noted for starving their population is boasting that a bellicose attack is imminent. Of course, their propagandists are pointing the finger at the Yankee bully that is […]

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