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Private Property Is the Essence of Liberty

This selection is taken from chapter 10 of A Foreign Policy of Freedom by Ron Paul, available in both print and ebook editions at the Mises Store. Privacy is the essence of liberty. Without it, individual rights cannot exist. Privacy and property … Continue reading

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What Will It Be: Tyranny or Freedom?

We find ourselves precariously balanced on the pivot point of freedom or tyranny. The scandals from this administration coupled with the unbridled greed in Washington and Wall Street have put the future of our Liberty into perspective. Will we allow … Continue reading

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I Cannot Fault This Logic

h/t Ninety Miles From Tyranny

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US State Department Halts 3-D Gun Production: Demands Removal Of All Online Blueprints

As expected, the government has acted swiftly to maintain their control by stopping the production of printed firearms. This action is being done through the State Department and not the Department of Justice. I wonder if they will call in … Continue reading

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It Is Up to Us

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As long as “your” vote can be bought, “our” Liberty has been sold

The news below that 57% of Americans have less than $25,000 in savings and investments may portend that we have already passed a point of no return. Is the United States the wealthiest country in the world? Not based on … Continue reading

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Do You Know This High End European Sport Utility Vehicle?

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Will You Submit and Obey?

In New York, we have a prequel of what’s to come – the repeal of the Second Amendment and summary criminalization of peaceful citizens merely for possessing the means of self-defense, even in their own homes. As in Great Britain, … Continue reading

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History Shows How Tyranny Starts – AND ENDS

h/t Western Rifle Shooters Association

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Is This Liberty?

When a government confiscates your personal property when you die and taxes have become tribute, is this Liberty? From CNBC: In 2010, after a year in which the estate tax was zeroed out altogether, Congress passed a law that set … Continue reading

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We Have to Take Back the Republican Party

Since the 2008 election, the 912 and Tea Party groups have had the same refrain: we must take back the Republican Party from the inside. A never ending stream of groups to accomplish this “goal” were established but no outstanding … Continue reading

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“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” applies to elections

Three million registered Republicans did not vote in the last election. The pundits have different excuses reasons for this since the “fate of the republic” was said to be hanging in the balance: project Orca collapsed, apathy, religion or any … Continue reading

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Is it time to start freaking out and flipping tables?

I saw this picture on Ann Barnhardt’s site and was reminded how often people twist the words of our Lord to suit their own viewpoints. I was recently told that Jesus was a Socialist. This brought back memories of the … Continue reading

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The Torch Dimly Burns – T.L. Davis

Liberty is the value of self. It is not a collective value. A collective value is the value of society, of the total. This is why it is so difficult to sell the children of the collective on the idea … Continue reading

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Give Me Liberty

We’ve all heard Patrick Henry’s inspiring words, “Give me liberty, or give me death.” I suggest the reader invest a few minutes in reading Patrick Henry’s entire address. It is at once both sobering and inspiring. St. John’s Church, Richmond, … Continue reading

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