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L. Neil Smith: Project Medical Freedom

L. Neil Smith: Project Medical Freedom

    By. L. Neil Smith PROJECT MEDICAL FREEDOM: pass this urgent message on to everyone you know and post it somewhere every day until it’s no longer necessary. Tell your Senatcylons and Congressborg and anybody else who’ll listen. that America doesn’t need to “replace” Obamacare at all, once it’s totally repealed. What America needs (to […]

The Harris Initiative (an American Challenge to a House Divided)

The Harris Initiative (an American Challenge to a House Divided)

    Imagine, just for one crazy moment, the gay community standing together with gun rights activists, nationwide, in support of both gay rights and the Second Amendment! Wouldn’t both groups of Americans benefit immensely by the new found strength in numbers alone? Then read on, friend. I’ve got a wild, but important idea to […]

Open Letter to President-Elect Trump

Open Letter to President-Elect Trump

The Trouble With Politics

The Trouble With Politics

By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.  November 8, 2016 Editor’s note: Here’s at least one view of politics and its potential impact on all aspects of society and your life. It is very different from the contemporary Republican-Democrat stuff, delving into the very nature of politics and what it should be doing for us.    Politics […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Gun Control Is Treason

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Gun Control Is Treason

I saw a headline on Breitbart.com.  It wasn’t much of a headline as these things go, a minor story slipped in between two more important subjects, but it started my mind ambling down a path it has followed many times before, yet for some reason I have never written about. The Breitbart headline reported that […]

Election 2016: The Perils of Political Welfare

Election 2016: The Perils of Political Welfare

. . By Thomas L. Knapp Libertarians have traditionally opposed calls for “public financing” of elections, as well as the current system under which candidates can receive “matching funds” from the Federal Election Commission. In 1996, Libertarian Party nominee-apparent Harry Browne mused about applying for such funding, refusing to commit one way or another until, […]

How to Kill America’s Tech Economy in One Lesson

How to Kill America’s Tech Economy in One Lesson

By Thomas L. Knapp US Senators Richard Burr (R-NC) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) are at it again. They’ve released a “discussion draft” of  their “bill to require the provision of data in an intelligible format pursuant to a court order. … if such data has been made unintelligible by a feature, product, or service owned, […]

Government Should Give Us All a Break. A Bathroom Break, That Is.

Government Should Give Us All a Break. A Bathroom Break, That Is.

. . By Thomas L. Knapp Apparently government solved all of society’s real problems while I wasn’t looking. Woo hoo! Violent crime has been eradicated. The Islamist terror threat is no more. Poverty? Everyone’s a millionaire with a Rolls in the driveway. Heck, the Cubs may even win the pennant this year. At least I […]

Trump’s Wall: Be Careful What You Wish For

Trump’s Wall: Be Careful What You Wish For

. . By Thomas L. Knapp Remember Donald Trump’s promise to not only build a US-Mexico border wall, but make Mexico pay for it? If that promise sounded sketchy, maybe even ridiculous when he made it, his campaign’s March 31 memo to the Washington Post makes it sound like an authoritarian, and likely disastrous, extortion […]

Libertarians versus National Isolation

Libertarians versus National Isolation

. . By Thomas L. Knapp On April 1, Fox Business Network’s John Stossel hosted a debate featuring three candidates — Gary Johnson, John McAfee and Austin Petersen — for the Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination (a fourth, more radical libertarian, Darryl W. Perry was unfortunately excluded). Those seeking an alternative to America’s failed political […]

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