Category Archives: Politics

Online Library of Liberty

The Online Library of Liberty is divided into two sections, the Library and the Forum. The Library is where electronic versions of classic books about individual liberty are stored. These texts go back some 4,000 years and cover the disciplines of economics, history, law, literature, philosophy, political … Continue reading

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What Should You Read? by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

What Should You Read? by Thomas E. Woods, Jr.. The above link is a very well rounded reading list to bring you up to speed on politics, economics, history, and various freedom topics.  If you enjoy reading the TRUTH vs. … Continue reading

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We Are Watching The Greek Banking System Die Right In Front Of Our Eyes

Money is being pulled out of Greek banks at an alarming rate, and if something dramatic is not done quickly Greek banks are going to start dropping like flies.  As I detailed yesterday, people do not want to be stuck … Continue reading

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The Daily Bell – Oh, the Horror! Greek Gov Collapses

Greece calls new election after coalition talks fail … Greece abandoned a nine-day hunt for a government on Tuesday and called a new election that threatens to hasten the nation’s slide towards bankruptcy and a future outside the euro zone. … Continue reading

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Ron Paul wins majority of delegates from Maine GOP – BostonHerald.com

AUGUSTA, Maine — With Ron Paul forces in control, the Maine Republican Convention has elected a majority slate supporting the Texas congressman to the GOP national convention. The names of 15 at-large delegates from Maine to the Tampa, Fla., convention … Continue reading

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Spooner vs. U.S. Postal System by Lucille J. Goodyear

American Legion Magazine, January 1981 There didn’t seem to be any way to lick the high cost of postage until Lysander Spooner came to the rescue Since 1971, the cost of sending a letter has gone up 150 percent. Out … Continue reading

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Ron Paul rips DEA over San Diego case | UTSanDiego.com

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul brought his limited-government campaign to UC San Diego Friday night, assailing federal officials for their handling of a 23-year-old engineering student accidentally left in a holding cell without food or water for five days last … Continue reading

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Ron Paul Racks Up Delegates, Putting GOP Establishment On Edge

WASHINGTON — A prominent Iowa Republican, and a major supporter of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, did not hesitate to answer when asked recently how many of the Hawkeye State’s 28 delegates he expects Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) to have … Continue reading

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The Daily Bell – Instead of Zoning…What?

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

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Ron Paul Wins Louisiana Caucus – MarketWatch

LAKE JACKSON, Texas, Apr 29, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Supporters of 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul won yesterday’s Louisiana caucus, securing an overwhelming majority of winnable delegates to the June Republican state convention that will affect the weight of … Continue reading

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