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I have argued before why zoning laws are inconsistent with a free society’s principles, in particular with the principle of private property rights. Basically they amount to impositions by some people on others of conditions for using property that the … Continue reading
In 1887, Cleveland issued his most well-known veto, that of the Texas Seed Bill. After a drought had ruined crops in several Texas counties, Congress appropriated $10,000 to purchase seed grain for farmers there. Cleveland vetoed the expenditure. In his veto message, he … Continue reading
In honor of the holiday season, I’ve compiled a list of the top ten selling books for 2011 via the DP on Amazon. And since it is interesting, I’ve also assembled the complete list of all books purchased by DPers … Continue reading
What are the prospects for achieving greater liberty where you currently live? If you are like many, the outlook is not good. The Free State Project offers a solution: join thousands of other liberty-lovers who are moving to New Hampshire, … Continue reading
The following is a brief, incomplete response to Conservatism being a superior political theory than that of Libertarianism. I can say that I don’t agree with all aspects or branches of Libertarianism but compared to the so called “conservative” party … Continue reading