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  1. Toon for Liberty

  2. Anarchy, Government and the State.

    While the anarcho-capitalist and voluntaryist movement has certainly been growing *significantly* (at the extreme disdain of 'left' anarchists) - I don't think we make certain *very* important distinctions clear enough.

    I believe part of why many others have trouble grasping anarchy is because they are (including many anarchists, even) conflating 'the State', with 'government' or 'governance'. There is an essence of 'talking past eachother'.

    Understand, all States ...

    Updated 08-23-2011 at 09:36 AM by Sentient Void

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  3. Liberty, Peace and Love... My Story of Getting Here

    Well, my name is Brendan and I've got a major problem, I LOVE LIBERTY! It all really started for me in December 2006 driving from Gainesville to Jacksonville after watching my friend graduate from UF. On the drive home, my head light went out and I got pulled over. Naturally, the cop asked to search my car and I declined. He then reached for his weapon and told me to get out of the car now. When I did, he jumped in the car and started searching it. Little did I know, there was a tiny (less than ...

    Updated 09-04-2011 at 04:39 PM by BrendanWenzel

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  4. The Case for Liberty: Banning Online Poker at the Federal Level is Unconstitutional

    To understand the current quagmire surrounding the Department of Justice (DOJ) actions against the four largest online poker web clients we must examine the history of poker and the law. The question on whether poker is a game of skill or a game of chance has already been decided by US tax court. The court case William E. Baxter Jr. v. United States established that filing tax returns as a professional poker player is legal because poker is a game of skill and can therefore be labeled a trade. ...
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  5. Public Unions: Flaws in Collective Bargaining

    I'm going to start writing about controversial topics that interest me and share my unorthodox viewpoints. Share your thoughts and feel free to challenge me.

    Today I'm going to focus on collective bargaining, particularly in the public sector. This is a topic in the news because of a stand-off between lawmakers and unions in Wisconsin who oppose the governor and Republican majority's plan to reduce union benefits and strictly limit public collective bargaining rights to decisions ...
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