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How to live free in an unfree world

We can live free in an unfree world. To do so we must remember that this world is not our home. We are just sojourners and exiles awaiting the transformation to the glorious reward. So we must be careful not to attribute too much power to government and politicians and not to sell our souls to the god of this world in the political realm by placing too much emphasis on the political system.

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Licensing is Anti-Liberty

If you thought licensing had something to do with your safety, you have been deceived.  From the nail technician license, to the law license, and all of the rest, the effect is government control of a market or government control of you. The classic example is the driver’s license.  That license has not one whit […]

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Your kids are now… “our” kids?

You were frightened that the government wanted to take your guns? Well, Melissa Harris-Perry has news for you. Now they want your kids too. And she’s all for it. In a recent promo for her network, the MSNBC host had this to say: “We have never invested as much in public education as we should […]

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Behold the part-time libertarian!

We’ve all met them. They are our friends, our family, our co-workers and, of course, our congressmen. They support freedom without hesitation. They fight with unending courage to liberate mankind from the bondage of injustice and tyranny. Well… some of the time. They are the part-time libertarians. people who believe unwaveringly in freedom so long […]

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The Loneliness of the Black Libertarian part 2

To begin, let’s understand that the single biggest oppressor of Black Americans is the United States government. Hands down. Whoever takes the silver medal comes in a very distant second. Slavery was a state-funded, state-run institution that would have struggled to survive a few years without support from the government. Jim Crow legislation forced businesses […]

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The Loneliness of the Black libertarian Part 1

Having a skin tone roughly the same shade as our current commander-in-chief makes it difficult to be a libertarian. It means you’re not a “team player.” It means you’re on the wrong side of history. And it means you’ve got a lot of explaining to do. “What do you mean you do don’t support President […]

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Gateway Drug to Libertarianism: Defending the Undefendable

Chances are, you’ve probably tried to introduce your statist friends to the basic ideas of liberty. And chances are , you’ve failed. While there is no easy solution to getting past the roadblock of your liberty-loathing pals’ preconceptions, there’s a book by economist Walter Block that may make the path to logic a little easier […]

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